Cameras and clocks are entirely different gadgets, but we believe they share something in common. We’re talking about the components that work in tandem to execute a specific function. For our readers who happen to love both a Japanese watchmaker just happens to have a timepiece that you will love. The TACS Automatic Vintage Lens II (AVL II) is an exceptional wristwatch that blends the best of both worlds into a fashionable accessory.

This wristwatch will certainly call out to photographers both professionals and amateurs alike. The imaging theme is clearly on display with the unique aesthetics that mirror that of a camera lens. The rotating bezel features white text on black as an homage to the ones you find on the real thing. However, instead of the usual numbers and letters that indicate the zoom, aperture, and other details, its something else entirely. Upon closer inspection, the text details its movement, 21 jewels, and the 47 mm diameter of its case.

The sapphire crystal dome sports an anti-reflective coating and covers the dial with a skeleton movement design. Flip the TACS Automatic Vintage Lens II over to see the sapphire glass case back as well as the Citizen Miyota 82SO automatic caliber. Users will be able to admire the intricate inner workings on this beautiful timepiece from both sides. The 316L stainless steel casing is quite reliable and is water-resistant up to 100 meters. Finally, this stylish wristwatch flaunts a premium Horween leather strap available in Rustic Brown or Vintage Brown. It’s time to show everyone your love for photography as you parade this fancy watch on your wrist.

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