In this digital age some of the people also like to have analog camera irrespective of advanced function HD digital cameras. This is because they feel that use of film is still significantly more cost effective than digital accessories. Just because of these old fashioned photographers Lomography is still decided to bring some new analog camera with compact design. The new series is called Belair X 6-12 which includes three versions : the Globetrotter, the Belair, and the City Slicker.
The belair X 6-12 cameras are designed with collapsible bellows so that it could acquire much lesser space when not in use. On the other hand if you look at the internal specs then you will find that Lomography uses two lenses: a 90mm lens and a 58mm guy that is wide-angle and camera pairs 120 film with interchangeable quality optics to produce impressive sharpness, depth of field and ultra-wide photos. As these cameras are based on 6 x 12 medium format which it could further break into three different shooting formats, including a square 6 x 6-inch (12 photos per film roll), a regular 6 x 9 (8 photos per film roll), and a panoramic 6 x 12 (6 photos per film roll). Other design feature includes; ISO range of 50 to 1,600, a top shutter speed of 1/125 second and a bulb setting for long exposures and multiple exposures.
The Lomography’s Belair X 6-12 cameras will be available in December at price of :
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