Shot with the Lubitel 166 on Ilford Delta 100 and processed in Kodak HC110 1+63 for 13:40 at 19c.
I am gradually working through the stock of unusual film cameras here, today arriving at the Lomography Belair X 6-12 “City Slicker”. This is a contemporary medium format camera, which on paper at least should be able to offer some amazing photographic opportunities without a huge expense. Unusually, this is a folding camera with rubber bellows and an external viewfinder, making it very much a modern version of early 120 format Kodak folding cameras.
Some more from the first two films with the Lubitel 166. It is very very hard to frame exactly with this camera, and all too easy to get light leaks and (sometimes) accidental double exposures. But I still quite like the results, perhaps because of this… All images on Delta 100 film, processed in HC 110 1+63 for 13:40 at 19c, then processed for uploading in Photoshop and Capture One Pro 9.