There is a myth that to capture a watch properly, one needs all the state of the art photographic hardware. For years before I finally moved on to a DSLR, I shot with a point and shoot camera from Canon - a G3 - which I still own and use today. However I needed an even smaller camera to bring with me on my travels and holidays but with all the necessary bells and whistles that would satiate my demands as a serious amateur photographer. I narrowed down to a few and settled for the G9 (since replaced by the G10 today). I decided in favour of Canon's G9 because quite a few accessories I already own can be used on this point and shoot.
Horolography - noun, the art of photographing timepieces
Horolographer - Harry SK Tan
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