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Introducing The New Lomography Orca B&W 100 110 Pocket Film

Hold on tight because yet another analogue revolution is happening. Forty years after 110 format film was originally introduced in 1972, Lomography Orca is now the first 110 film to be produced since 2009. Yes! Lomography is single-handedly bringing this format back in circulation! So let us introduce you to the brand new, 100 ISO, crispy black & white Lomography Orca.

The Lomography Orca B&W 100 is just the first in a new range of 110 films set to be released this year. The first 5000 pieces of this new, splendidly small film are already available for pre-order at the Lomography Online Shop. But before you rush to get your hands on some because it will surely run out quick, just give us a quick minute to tell you what it’s all about.

The Lomography Orca B&W 100 110 format film might be small in size, but don’t let that fool you – it is rather one of the great things about it! 110 film makes for extra portable, pocket-friendly fun. And thanks to its high quality, it can still yield some great depth of field and excellent results even at short focal length – all this with some very simple focusing. Isn’t that something for such a fun sized companion?

We must also mention that the first edition of Lomography Orca, isn’t your average B&W 110 film. This limited, experimental run comes with no back-paper and this means that each frame will need to be counted manually as the spool does not stop when the film is done. But truth is we were so excited about our new addition to the Lomography Film line-up, that we couldn’t wait any longer to release it! Yes, that’s how badly we wanted to share our latest analogue secret with you!

The Orca is a B&W film which requires classic B&W processing (not C-41). Whilst being able to produce some of the finest 110 black and white shots you’ve ever seen, the first run of Orca may include a light feature whereby the last four frames might catch some light subsequently creating unexpected bursts and original results.

We can’t wait for you to be one of the first people in the world to test out this brand new pocket film. We know you belong to that brave hearted species of Lomographer which will just want to try it before everyone else does. Think about it, you could be one of those lucky 5000 around the globe to give this new film a first try!

If you have any questions about Orca you can read the FAQ articles or get in touch!

written by webo29

9 comments

  1. guanatos

    guanatos

    sweet!!! light leak experiments!!!!

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  2. icuresick

    icuresick

    C-41?

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  3. moszewing

    wakakaka...so exciting, waiting for the delivery, love you Lomography
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  4. rjltrevisan

    rjltrevisan

    And what about 110 cameras?

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  5. lomonesia

    lomonesia

    Hi lomography,can you make the film color?

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  6. eastmoe

    eastmoe

    nice..b&w film can self develop..

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  7. nerpman

    nerpman

    If this is traditional black and white film, where can I get a reel to develop it myself? Needless to say the Patterson tanks don't come with one!

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  8. chib3h

    chib3h

    :o Are there going to be new cameras that take 110 film too?!! That would be so awesome! XD

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  9. neutronstar27

    Can it be used with the brownie hawkeye?
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