At first I thought I was doing something differently with my old 3meg camera, but other lume shots of other less substantial watches are considerably more robust.
This is not about camera settings, but the idea that Sinn does not use the same lume material or as much as other manufacturers, at least on their non-divers.
While I am thrilled to wear a Sinn , specifically the 856 UTC, the lume on it is what I would consider, wimpy...Unless it gets a super-dose of bright light, it shines relatively dimly and does not hold a charge very long. However, I really like this Sinn and it will continue to get plenty of wrist time...
Is this why I don't see very many Sinn lume shots, specifically coming from the 856 or is mine just a simple example of a dial gone bad? (I would think the Sinn dive watches are heavy-duty lumers, though) My observation - same for you?