We bet you got excited with Lomography's latest monochrome film in 110 format, and sought to find a nice 110 camera you can try it with. But, if you'd like to try a good 110 color negative film, our featured film review for this week suggests getting a cartridge of Fuji Superia 200.
One of our featured snapshooters for this week, zark, initially thought that medium format films were hard to find. It turned out that 120 films were more expensive than hard to find, but another format, the 110 pocket film, was the rare kind.
The only 110 film he found was the Fuji Superia 200, a color negative that he thought can’t go wrong, knowing it’s made by Fuji. He shot the film using an Agfa Pocket, and got pretty good results. Let’s take a look at some of them:
Pretty neat shots, don’t you think? Lomographer zark has loads more, so don’t forget to check out his full review!
If you also have a handy 110 camera, this may be a good color negative film of choice! If you want to go monochrome, there’s the Orca 110 B&W film!
Congratulations and great photos, zark! We hope you can share with us more of your 110 snaps, and also try out the Orca B&W with your 110 camera!
The next snapshooter who will bag the next Film Review of the Week distinction could be you! Submit your film review and wow us with your beautiful photos and helpful insights. In case yours isn’t on the list, feel free to let me know!