The Belair X 6-12 is a born voyager. There’s a very good reason why it’s been dubbed City Slicker, Jetsetter and Globetrotter. It just loves exploring and taking it all in luxuriously on medium format film. We’ve together a small gallery of Lomographs shot with the Belair during its travels. Can you guess where they were taken?
Some of them are a little tricky but the rest we think you can guess pretty easily! Leave us a comment if you think you know which countries these great Belair X 6-12 shots were taken in.
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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