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i´m so so relieved that i can take great shots with this cam!!! anyway i still don´t know the secret of it. i will now switch the lens and try to do the same things i did with this roll: pull the bellows really hard to the end, use a tripod. i guess all of you that already took great and sharp shots didn´t always use a tripod but amazingly i took 5/6 with a tripod and the only one without is blurry. btw: @LSI next time you produce a new cam pls leave me a personal message so i can tell you upfront things you have to consider concerning tripod socket thread, release, viewer,… - it´s my 2nd roll and i used a tripod for 5 shots and already a screw went through the hole in the aluminium and therefore it´s already warped :(((

bloomchen Taken by bloomchen with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Astia 100 (120) film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: crane, lomo, belair, jetsetter, x-pro, wolken, water, wasser, trees, sun, sonne, port, hafen, smoke, sky, see, sea, rummelsburg, river, rauch, lake, kran, ice, himmel, gebäude, fuji, snow, schnee, gefroren, frozen, fluß, eis, clouds, bäume, building, bloomchen, berlin, astia, architektur, and architecture. Date: 2013-01-26. This photo can also be found in the album belair #2, roll #2: me happy! (with the shots).

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