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    New 6 x 12 Camera - Auto Exposure

    At least, I think it's new. I haven't seen it before. The changeable lenses make it interesting. 90mm and 58mm.

    http://microsites.lomography.com/belair/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    At least, I think it's new. I haven't seen it before. The changeable lenses make it interesting. 90mm and 58mm.

    http://microsites.lomography.com/belair/


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    You people over in Europe need to talk between yourselves more often

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    Well, I did say I hadn't seen it before!!


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    I liked the "both lenses bring high quality photos while still being loaded with the Lomographic charm we all know and love." Poor focus, vignetting and quality?

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    Got to say there quite nice looking cameras. If I already didnt have to many cameras I could be tempted to get one.

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    I just ordered the metal 'Jet Set' version. Till now I keep on using my Rolleiflex 3.5F more compared to my Holga simply because the Holga is never ever sharp somewhere in the picture. With the Rolleiflex at F3.5 at least the centre is sharp. Besides this, the Rolleiflex is of course completely different and better than anything Lomography makes.

    But then... 6x12 format for 209 euro (introduction price) including 2 lenses is worth to try. If there is at least some degree of normal sharpness I would be happy. Should be shipping before deceber 19th.

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    I love the 6x12 format which is why I made my own camera. I don't know if I would have bothered if this was available a few years ago.

    I would be interested in knowing if the viewfinders could be purchased separately.


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    Do both lenses come with the camera? I can't find a price for individual lenses anywhere.
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    Yes, all three options include both lenses.


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