It has to be said that Lomography isn’t all that known for high-tech analog photography products. But its Belair X 6-12 is attempting to change that by breaking away from the brand’s basic cameras like LC-A and Diana to offer consumers elaborate features such as interchangeable lenses, an electronic meter with auto exposure and interchangeable masks for 6 by 6, 6 by 9 and 6 by 12 formats.
The Belair X 6-12 is a panoramic medium format camera that incorporates a reliable fold-out bellows system that allows it to collapse to a convenient and portable size – meaning you can take the camera wherever you go.
The Belair X 6-12 boasts an electronic automatic shutter, which adjusts film sensitivity so as to elinimate dark or overexposed photos. Other features include zone focusing (1-metre, 1.5-metre, 3-metre and infinity), 50 to 1600 ISO range and Bulb and MX settings, which enable long and multiple exposure shots.
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