If you happen to enter the industry of wristwatches then you must be familiar with high-tech gizmos fitted into it. If I sit down and recall the previous models then 1950s Steineck ABC wrist camera, pool of spy camera watches and gamut of interesting pocket watch camera invited my eyelids. But lately the talk and weighted visibility of 1969 prototype by Kilfitt that got sold for ion and recently sold on eBay for $60,000 and new is after re-listing it fetched $58,000. This camera watch is an elite model of a camera watch created during 1960s in the Munich laboratory of renowned optician Heinz Kilfitt. The remarkable thing about this watch is that it was an achievement to produce this masterpiece during that period. The built-in camera features a 1.3mm-10.5mm lens, shutter speed from 1/15 sec to 1/1,000 sec, and a custom film disc.