For folks who like the romance of retro analog camera, Lomography has created a new camera called the Belair X 6-12. Convenient and portable, the camera comes with collapsible bellows that allow the 6 x 12 film camera to produce quality results using some pretty kickass lo-fi retro tech. The camera is designed to deliver ultra-wide photos with great depth of field and impressive sharpness thanks to interchangeable quality optics and medium format120 film.
Each camera is offered with a 58 mm ultra-wide-angle lens and a 90 mm lens that retains the classic Lomography charm while offering high quality photos. Each camera is crafted to offer three shooting modes- the panoramic 6” x 12” mode that allows users to capture 6 photos per film roll, the regular 6” x 9” mode that shoots 8 photos per film roll and the square 6” x 6” mode that captures 12 photos per film roll.
Featuring auto-exposure, the zone-focusing camera offers infinity, 3 m, 1.5 m and 1 m focusing zones. The Belair X 6-12 also features bulb setting for multiple exposures and long exposures, a top shutter speed of 1/125 second and an ISO range of 50-1,600. a standard 1/4 tripod socket and flash attachment via a standard hot-shoe connection. The Belair X 6-12 will be offered in three versions- the basic Cityslicker offered in black plastic that retails for $240, the Jetsetter that retails for $300 and the faux snakeskin finished metallic Globe-trotter model that costs $350.