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Independents: The enamel looks great, but I think the hands detract from it.

Maybe different hands would work, but I think the Vacheron approach in Métiers d'Art is better: use windows instead of hands.
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Photography: I like it a lot, especially the size and physical dials. Also the ability to adapt a lot of vintage lenses.

If printing big, the resolution is a limitation, and I would probably only look at 50MP+ today. Old Fuji models, like X-E1, can be found for great deals used, so there is very little barrier to trying them. Ditto for some lenses. I don't use Fuji's film simulation modes, but, if you think you will,
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I like these numerals (they are used on at least one other Reverso, if I recall correctly), but I would prefer to have the power reserve on the verso.

For almost any watch, I prefer power reserve on the verso, but especially for Reversos where you can't really argue about the inconvenience of viewing it. Exception to "almost any watch": Breguet Tradition with the engraved power reserve.
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By: LK
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Photography: I suggest considering Fuji...

For compact fixed-lens, compare D-lux 7 to Fuji X100V. For compact interchangeable lens (so you can use dedicated macro lens when you want), look at Fuji X-E4. On a budget, but looking for more? Compare CL to used Fuji GFX 50R (or 50S). No budget, compare CL to Fuji GFX 100S. If you have Leica lense
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By: LK
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