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Lion's Valley Park

Lion's Valley Park

On a rather nice winter's day, my family went for a short walk in Lion's Valley Park in Oakville. I brought my Belair Jetsetter and 2 rolls of Fuji RMS film to do another E-6 vs C-41 comparison soon. These shots are the results. One thing I've noticed with the Belair (and this seems to be an issue with other people who have one) is that the infinity focus off. If you turn the lens to infinity, your shots are likely to come out a bit blurry. However, if you set it to slightly before the infinity mark, your shots will be clearer. I'm really hoping the glass lens is better than the plastic ones available now.

deepfried_goodness Taken by deepfried_goodness with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Fujichrome MS 100/1000 Professional [RMS] film in Oakville, Canada. These tags describe this photo: cyan, yellow, cross processed, x-pro, c-41, lion's valley park, fuji rms 100-1000, january, snow, cold, 6x12, jetsetter, oakville, belair, and winter. Date: 2013-01-26. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Lion's Valley Park.

2 comments

  1. madeliefie

    madeliefie

    wonderful :)

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  2. japsix

    japsix

    yeah wonderful shot!

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