If you still can’t get enough of the panoramic, sprocketed goodness courtesy of the Belair 35mm Back then you better check out this great gallery of purple-hued shots from community member sixsixty!
Last week saw the launch of our newest accessory: the Belair 35mm Back — which allows you to shoot wide panoramic images with the Belair X 6-12 — and we’re still giddy from the excitement and the positive response so far!
In case you missed it, we’ve also been in touch with some community members such as ccwu, earlybird, and sixsixty who were lucky enough to take this recent addition out for an early spin!
And if you can’t get enough of the test shots that we’ve shared so far — we know we can’t! — then you’ll love this gallery of photo below taken by sixsixty using the Belair X 6-12 paired with the 35mm Back and a roll of Tungsten 64!
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