Lomography introduced the HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic Belair Camera, offering a panoramic film camera with a unique liquid lens. The camera combines the 32mm panorama perspective with the unpredictable effects of a Sutton Liquid Lens. The resulting image is edge-to-edge, including the sprockets. (See samples below).
In addition to experimenting with different liquids to create different effects, users can also create multiple exposures, long exposures and pinhole exposures. There are also four interchangeable aperture plates to accommodate different lighting situations and depth-of-field.
Technical specs below:
Film Type: Standard 35 mm film
Exposure Area: 104 mm × 35 mm
Lens Angle of View: 32 mm
Aperture: f/11 with f/16, f/22, f/32 & f/168 pinhole aperture plates
Focus: Fixed-Focus Lens
Focus Range: Focus-Free, 1.5 m – Infinity Shutter Speed: N (1/100), B (Bulb)
T-Shutter: Individual T-Shutter Lever
Viewfinder: Sports Viewfinder
Multiple Exposure: Yes
Tripod Socket Thread: Standard 1⁄4 Tripod Socket Flash Sync: PC-Sync Socket & Hot-Shoe
Cable Release Socket: Yes
Price: 79 USD