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Everything About Orca 110 Film

The new Lomography Orca 110 film has made a big splash so we thought we’d collect all that you needed to know in one place in order to make your life easier. Curious about Orca? Then you’ve come to the right place.

What is Orca?

Forty years after 110 format film was originally introduced in 1972, Lomography Orca is now the first 110 film to be produced since 2009. At 100 ISO, the Orca’s crispy black & white emulsion will produce some of the finest 110 black and white shots you’ve ever seen. Don’t believe it? Check out the picture gallery


We know there’s plenty of you interested in a little DIY, so we put together some tipsters about how to count your shots, developing and scanning. Try them out and let us know how you get along.

Haven’t dived into the analogue world of 110 film yet? What are you waiting for?

written by webo29


  1. pichumino



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  2. photochrom


    Beautiful! Thank you Lomography! :D

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  3. carsten-schmitt


    Is it produced by Adox? Come on, you can tell us! :-)

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  4. hannawantspeace



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  5. vgzalez


    Oh, LSI, now please, make us happy with some fresh 126 film!!! :))) Maybe you could name it "Whale" :P

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  6. dreadlockboy



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  7. joci


    wow! beautiful!
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  8. pollyarts


    Yum-yum.... I'm already contemplating two models on eBay... ;-)

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  9. fizzynothing


    Great news! Now how about some 620 film? *looks hopeful*

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  10. glenn


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  11. mshobbies

    Well, most labs in UK run a mile from processing this, as no-one has 16mm reels any more. This is not C41 B and W film so it has to be tradtionally devleoped, eg at
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