my first roll of film with the halina super-mini 88
recently my dad found an old camera somewhere at home and gave it to me – a “halina super-mini 88”. the halina super-mini 88 is a very compact camera for 110 film. it has a self-encapsulating camera body that is kinda cool: when it’s closed, it covers the shutter release button, the lens and the viewfinder. by pulling the camera those things get uncovered and also the film moves to the next frame.
for my first test i loaded some lomography color tiger 110 into the camera. i shot nothing special, just various things and places i was passing by…
… like the “hugging pylons”, other buildings and some trees in the park:
i also took some pictures from the flood, that happend some weeks ago. fortunately it wasn’t so bad in linz, other places in austria were much worse off.
check out my album with all the pictures taken with the halina super-mini 88 here: passing by