The Belair X 6-12, is our brand new auto-exposure 120 camera capable of shooting three splendid shooting formats! Square is one of them. Check out the gallery of breathtaking analogue shots after the jump.
You could probably say that square is the favorite shooting format of Lomographers worldwide. Why? Because it’s hip to be square of course! Our new Belair X 6-12 is fully capable of shooting 6×6 square format as well as a standard 6×9 and a whopping 6×12 panorama. Its high quality lens and auto-exposure shutter ensure that shots turn out great every time. Just check out this gallery of square shots below. Wouldn’t you agree they’re absolutely stunning?
The Belair X 6-12 is available for pre-order until 10th December 2012 (or until stocks run out). By pre-ordering, you can save up to 30% on the launch price – but don’t delay; only limited stocks are available. All pre-order buyers will receive a numbered certificate proving that they are one of the first owners of the camera.
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