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On 110 Film, Cameras and Places to Develop in Malaysia

Getting a 110 camera and don’t know where to develop the films in Malaysia? Not sure what 110 films are? Fret not. We will walk you through and read more after the jump!

110 Film

Kodak introduced the 110-film format in 1972. This cartridge-based film is smaller in size than its predecessor and measures 16mm in width. 110 film is perforated on each frame to aid in advancing the film. Just like the 126 film, 110 has a paper backing that has frame numbers printed on it.

In 2012, Lomography released the The Lomography Orca B&W 100, the first film in this format to be produced since the announced discontinuation of 110 in 2009.

The Lomography Orca B&W 100 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?

The Lomography Orca B&W 100, 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.

More information about 110 Film here.

110 Cameras

On 14th June 2012, Lomography launched the first 110-format camera, which is the awesome tiny-mini Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras! They may be small, but they pack a 170-degree punch on 110 film! Check out the tutorial video on how load and unload the film cartridge, setting shutter speed and taking multiple exposures!

Here’s more information about Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras.

Where can I develop 110 film in Malaysia?

You can get your 110 films developed in all kinds of labs in Malaysia. You can develop your films at E-Six Pudu Plaza, Fotosun SS2/SS3, Foto Mega (Wangsa Maju), Color Dot Com and Kong Beng Photo Studio. Price range from RM3-RM8 for developing and scanning services starts from RM10 – RM20 per roll.

We are still looking for photo labs with developing 110 films services across Malaysia. Feel free to comment if you happen to found any in your city!

written by eva_eva

5 comments

  1. jochan

    jochan

    hi, any shop in Ipoh have the service to develop the film?

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  2. gladys

    gladys

    I think most of the camera shop that developed color/b&w film,would accept 110 film as well. 110 film is rare but there are using the same chemical with 135/ 120 films, no matter is hand-developed,c41 or e6=) Btw,I know Photo Crafts can developed 110 films as well=)

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  3. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    @jochan, I asked Ipoh members around and unfortunately they said they can't find any shop developing 110 films at Ipoh yet. Will let u know once I know any. :)

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  4. khalilah-khalid

    khalilah-khalid

    I'm from brunei, living in London, I am thinking of buying fisheye baby. Im just wondering if there's any shop which develops 110 films in KL.
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  5. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    @khalilah-khalid as what I've mention at above, you can develop your films at E-Six Pudu Plaza, Fotosun SS2/SS3, Foto Mega (Wangsa Maju), Color Dot Com and Kong Beng Photo Studio! :)

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