Welcome To 1928, Comrade
Now is the time to make your five-year plan to advance the cause of proletarian photography. The Central Committee of Lomo have authorised the release of the Belaire X 6-12 to selected loyal party members...specifically the ones who have some money to spend. Camera Electronics have stocks of this.
The camera features provision for operation with 120 film and will deliver 6 x 6 pictures, 6 x 9 pictures, and 6 x 12 pictures. There are masks for these three formats as well as two view finders. Two lenses are included - a 90 mm and a 58mm.
A light meter has ben incorporated for automatic exposure in the range 50-1600 ISO. You can shoot at Bulb exposure for long shots.
Historical enthusiasts may wish to look at Plaubel Makina cameras of the 1920's and draw their own conclusions. New photographers will never have a better opportunity to experience the thrill of medium format film shooting than now - this Lomo is affordable and new.
It also has serious kewl value in student fraternities, though not as much as duelling scars...