Introducing The Belair 35mm Back!

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Open up a whole world of photographic possibilities with the Belair 35mm Back! It’s the perfect new accessory for your Belair X 6-12 Camera. It is now available Online and in your nearest Gallery Store.

Exclusively designed for the Belair X 6-12, the brand new 35mm Back allows you to shoot ALL types of 35mm film with your medium-format camera.

This must-have accessory is fully interchangeable so it’s super-easy to install and remove. Simply attach it onto your Belair X 6-12, load your favorite 35mm film and start capturing the world in all its sprocket-filled glory! The 35mm Back is now available in the Online Shop and Lomography Gallery Stores worldwide.

Get Experimental

With the Belair X 6-12 Back you can begin discovering the breathtaking world of 35mm panoramas. The 35mm Back yields a stunning 104 × 33mm panoramic photo – including the sprocket holes – bringing an extremely distinctive look. That means with a standard roll of 36 exposure 35mm film, you’ll be able to shoot up to 12 glorious panoramic photos.

The 35mm Back is also developed with the experimental Lomographer in mind which means multiple exposures are not a problem; so all that’s left is for you to start getting creative!

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One Comment

  1. coolbober
    coolbober ·

    now viewfinder is even more inaccurate?

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