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Brand New Belair X 6-12 Russian Glass Lenses: Now Available For 20% Pre-Order Discount

Offering Lomographers a whole new level of detail, sharpness and incredibly narrow depth of field, we are proud to introduce the 90mm and 114mm Russian glass lenses for the Belair X 6-12.

This photo was taken with the Belair X 6-12 114mm lens.

When we launched the Belair X 6-12 just over a month ago, we promised that some exciting new lenses were on the way. And here they are! It’s our proud pleasure to introduce the premium 90mm and 114mm Russian glass lenses for the Belair.

A very limited number of these lenses are available for pre-order at 20% discount in the Lomography Online Shop. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to be one of the very first people to own one. Delivery is guaranteed in February 2013*. You can view technical specifications and see the amazing level of detail these lenses produce on our newly redesigned Belair X 6-12 Microsite!

Pre-Order the 90mm Lens
Pre-Order the 114mm Lens

Pre-Order Your Belair X 6-12 Camera

Our special pre-order discount of 15% on the Belair X 6-12 cameras is still on. Whether you’re smitten with the Jetsetter or crazy about the City Slicker, pre-order your camera now and get guaranteed delivery in January 2013. With the addition of a premium Russian glass lens, you’ll the most perfect medium-format combo in your hands!

Terms and Conditions
*Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee delivery of the Russian lenses by February 2013 or Belair X 6-12 cameras in January 2013 for customers living in Brazil, Russia, China and Turkey.
*Your credit card will be charged when pre-ordering the lens.

written by tomas_bates


  1. dogma


    WoW for this product! These lenses are great, but double not WoW for the price!!! It costs half of the cow :/

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  2. vicuna


    looks really sharp! But I'm still waiting for my cityslicker... :(

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  3. adam_g2000


    I'm pleased - the prices may not be low, but if the quality is as good as it looks to be, then it makes the Belair a much more flexible camera.

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  4. stouf



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  5. sixsixty


    Where does the Belairgon name derive from. Belair+???

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  6. susielomovitz


    I want them and I don't even have my Belair yet... :)

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