Belair Launch Flight Now Boarding

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This is the final call for passengers on Belair launch flight X612. Passengers are kindly asked to make their way to the designated gates in order to begin boarding.

Yes Lomographers, we’re almost there. The Belair will soon be ready for take off. In the meantime, in case you missed them yesterday, here are the 3 photos we very excitedly revealed to you!

Any ideas what this new camera is all about? Leave us a comment. Priority boarding passengers can expect to receive every single detail very, very soon. Enjoy your flight!

written by webo29 on 2012-10-18 in #news #belair #launch

30 Comments

  1. walasiteodito
    walasiteodito ·

    medium format with panoramic capabilities?

  2. guaguito
    guaguito ·

    I dont know what it is but a really wanna know =)

  3. kneehigh85
    kneehigh85 ·

    How long do we have to wait??????

  4. jimjimm
    jimjimm ·

    COME ON NOW..!!!...GET IT OVER WITH...!!!!!...:)))).....

  5. n_aish
    n_aish ·

    Suspence is killing me..!

  6. sixsixty
    sixsixty ·

    Medium format either 6x12 or 6x3. Maybe foldable bellows?

  7. sixsixty
    sixsixty ·

    Oooh it says flight x612 sooo 6 x 12.

  8. sixsixty
    sixsixty ·

    Oooh it says flight x612 sooo 6 x 12.

  9. snoop
    snoop ·

    wrapping up everything as of now, you will soon get the news!

  10. abby_noelle
    abby_noelle ·

    Can't saint any longer! I want to know l lol

  11. jsmcbride
    jsmcbride ·

    My guess is small / compact (good for travel) and panoramic..... A panoramic / wide version of the new 110 camera?

  12. jsmcbride
    jsmcbride ·

    My guess is small / compact (good for travel) and panoramic..... A panoramic / wide version of the new 110 camera?

  13. jsmcbride
    jsmcbride ·

    My guess is small / compact (good for travel) and panoramic..... A panoramic / wide version of the new 110 camera?

  14. sixsixty
    sixsixty ·

    BELLOWS!! FTW

  15. anamachado
    anamachado ·

    Sorry, can't find it anymore =/

  16. anamachado
    anamachado ·

    Go to the shop, there's a picture of the camera Belair already!! :D

  17. anamachado
    anamachado ·

    shop.lomography.com/?utm_source=www&utm_medium=shopnews…
    I can see it in this link. Don't know if you can...

  18. clicknique
    clicknique ·

    ^I can't! I want to know what it is! How much longer do we have to wait?

  19. kneehigh85
    kneehigh85 ·

    I can't see it anywhere. This advance email hasn't panned out very well has it?

  20. ck_berlin
  21. vstacey
    vstacey ·

    There was a Belair section on the shop for a short while, but it's been removed. Maybe the whole thing is an elaborate hoax and the new camera is just another Sardina iteration.

  22. clicknique
    clicknique ·

    ^^Looks awesome! I want one! Hope it's no tooooooo pricey!

  23. clicknique
  24. 110isnotdead
    110isnotdead ·

    Looks like a polaroid land 100. lol- camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Polaroid_100-400_series but much more refined :)

  25. clicknique
    clicknique ·

    if you search for belair at the shop you can see the three options!

  26. vstacey
    vstacey ·

    Fair enough, it's not a Sardina. Globetrotter ordered and I'm counting down the days until I can get some 6x12 Ektachrome action.

  27. gelagoo
    gelagoo ·

    Looks like a land camera all right. :D

  28. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    Definitely medium format and variable frame size.

  29. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    Definitely medium format and variable frame size.

  30. littlemisslove
    littlemisslove ·

    Hello! Anyone who is having trouble seeing it in the online shop, it may be because your computer is trying to load from a cached version. Please try shop.lomography.com/cameras/belair-cameras?clear_cache=yes

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