The HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic Belair 35mm Camera is the latest product from Lomography. The Camera allows the user to inject liquid into the lens for colorful effects.
The camera as suggested in its name, takes sweeping panoramic photos. According to Lomography users will be able to play around with various liquids in order to create “vintage aesthetics, washed-out tones and radiant blurs.” The Panoramic camera includes a “Liquid Guide” that assists the users clearly understand what each liquid does for the shots.
Lomography recommends using smooth water-soluble fluids for greater effects such as watercolor paint, water itself, or even food coloring. The camera also features an f/11 aperture lens that can be adjusted to f/16, f/22 & f/68 using pinhole aperture plates. It would be worth mentioning that Lomography has, in the past, use liquid filled lenses. In 2019 Lomography released a cardboard camera named the LomoMod No. 1 that used 120 film.
The HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic Belair 35mm Camera is speculated to drop at the end of November on the Lomography website retailing $79 USD.
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