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Perfect Combination: Belair with the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

Now that it's been a while since the world first saw the Belair, I see more and more wonderful pictures with redscaled film and the Belair.

I have shot only one redscale roll with my Belair, but I’m in love with this combination, especially with this dark and grey weather in our cold winter in Germany. I took the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 and shot it at ISO 50. I wish the results would be more cool, but my Belair did a little under exposure so I expected these results. But, for the next roll, I will try to fool the light meter from my Belair. I hope I get a little bit more cool results.

Look at my results in 6×6 with the 58mm lens:

I found many great pictures here at the community with this combination:

At first, I thought black and white film and the Belair is a great combination, but now I prefer shooting with a redscaled roll. After I tried a normal color 35mm roll in my Belair (here is the Tipster), I will try a redscaled 35mm roll in my Belair next time. I’m really interested about the pictures I will get!

Are you so excited as I am? Then do a great Lomography Redscale Film in your Belair and go out! Even with this dreary weather you’ll get a little bit of color in your analogue life.

The “Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120”: gives you full control over your redscale images. With its extended ISO range, you can pick an effect that you want and set the ISO accordingly. Your images will exude a lovely retro feel. See our selection of Lomography films “here”:

written by pearlgirl77 and translated by pearlgirl77


  1. pearlgirl77


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  2. noe_arteaga


    Thanks for tossing me in there!

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  4. amytam


    Thanks for including my photo in your article :)

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