Lomography has released the Belair X 6-12 bellows camera, which uses 120 roll film
Author: Ariane Osman
23 Oct 2012 Tags: Lomography
The Belair X 6-12 is a new 120 film camera that gives users the ability to switch between normal automatic shutter speed and long exposure. The camera can also shoot pictures in three formats – regular 6x9, square 6x6 or panoramic 6x12.
The new model is an interchangeable lens system that allows the attachment of a 90mm standard lens or a 58mm wide-angle lens. Lomography is said to be developing more lenses for the Belair X 6-12 in a bid to create an entire medium-format platform.
The camera is available in three models: the City Slicker Edition for £249; the Jetsetter Edition for £299; and the Globetrotter Edition for £244.
The Belair X 6-12 will be available in December.
For more details, visit www.lomography.com.
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