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Roaring With The Tiger!

Ready for heart-racing colors in 110 format? You'll go wild with the latest addition to the Lomography 110 family - the Lomography Color Tiger 200 110 film!

The Tiger Shows Its Colors

The Tiger is here – and it’s ready to show off its roaring colors! The Lomography Color Tiger 200 packs a punch – sharpness, smooth grain, and fresh colors. Plus, with its 200 ISO, rest assured that it’s reliable from daytime to nighttime (with a little help of a flash). It works perfectly with the Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras; the Fisheye Baby automatically stops the film at each frame, taking the guesswork out of your snap-shooting. It’s also compatible with standard 110 pocket cameras!

The Growing 110 Family

Welcome to the 110 jungle! The expanding collection started with the classic Orca B&W 100, followed by the palm-sized Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras, and now the stunning Color Tiger 200. These pocket-sized pals promise loads of excitement, and there’ll be more to look forward to in the future so stay tuned!

Check out the sample shots:

The Color Tiger 110 is Lomography’s first 110 color negative film. It is colorful, sharp and ready to capture everything that crosses its way on smooth 110 format.. It will make any 110 camera go wild with fresh new color! The Lomography Color Tiger 110’s 200 ISO enables it to see its prey by day and with a little help from a flash, by night. Capture sharp, colorful pictures with this roaring legend.

written by shhquiet

6 comments

  1. susielomovitz

    susielomovitz

    Thanks Lomography! :D :D :D THAAAAAAAAAAANKKKKKKKKKS! <3

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  2. wil6ka

    wil6ka

    looking good!

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  3. coolbober

    coolbober

    so it's unlimited?

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  4. vicuna

    vicuna

    most of the pictures shown there aren't taken with the fisheye baby, and quality of the shots looks great! Which camera was used for that, an already existing 110 (Pentax?) or a future new lomo 110 cam?

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  5. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    Looks like it has the backing paper on this one? Does it? Will the next batch of Orca have it too?

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  6. rawkersam

    Really want to get into 110 cameras (especially the one you guys have made) but the film cost more then 35mm or even 120 film. Like if I could get 8-10 rolls for 30-35 or 40 dollars then I would buy 90 dollars plus worth but because it's 8 dollars a roll it's too much.Also for next 110 models I think a colorsplash 110 would be awesome. Then any model of camera you guys make or sell made into a smaller 110 format would be great. A LCA Baby. Maybe a new camera 110 would be cool, not just a baby model of your other cameras but a all new camera would be Great.
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