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Out of Focus and Over-Exposured

Out of Focus and Over-Exposured

OK, I know why it is over-exposed, but why is it out-of-focus? I set the lens to the number on the ring, but it turned out like this? Belair, you like to tease me.

emperornorton Taken by emperornorton with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 loaded with Lomography X-Pro 200 (120mm) film in Foothill Ranch, CA, United States. These tags describe this photo: geology, red rock, red rock canyon, strata, summer, nature, square format, california, whiting ranch wilderness park, and whiting ranch wilderness. Date: 2013-08-14. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the albums Whiting Ranch Wilderness - Belair 6x12 - 14 August 2013.

5 comments

  1. lilithmoon

    lilithmoon

    The belair is a whimsical camera ...You have to be very patient with her ....

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  2. emperornorton

    emperornorton

    @lilithmoon I find there is a big difference in the reliability of the two lenses. One of them is lo-fi but nonetheless close to target on the focus and the other is unpredictable. As for the exposure, I blame myself not the camera. I know it does just fine when it is set correctly. :)

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  3. lilithmoon

    lilithmoon

    I'm usually happy with the results given by my belair, but I can not focus properly, especially in portraits on landscape don't given me problems, but you're right about the lens are lo-fi.
    I don't used the Belairgon lenses, although it seems to work much better, but very expensive!

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  4. lazybuddha

    lazybuddha

    You're not the first and you won't be the last :-)

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  5. emperornorton

    emperornorton

    @lazybuddha I am sure of it!

    @lilithmoon I am thinking of acquiring a Belairgon lens. But first I play with some lenses for my Bronica. :)

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