I recently gave my cute little Baby Diana 110 a new pet, a Lomography Color Tiger 110! And it seems that they got along very well! This versatile color negative film made me go RAWR after the first i saw it. Find out why after the jump. RAWR!
The Lomography Color Tiger 110 is surely a good companion for your 110 cameras. I used my Baby Diana 110 , and i got some RAWR results! It has ISO of 200, which means, it is quite versatile for every condition with all 110 cameras. It performs well both in cloudy days and sunny days.
The Tiger came out very natural in color, just like what i saw in the viewfinder. It also gave very little grain.
I tried to do some double exposures, and the colors were not disappointing as well. In fact, it came out more than i expected.
Even though it’s best to use it under the sun or outdoor, It also performs well indoor. If you want to shoot indoor, just turn to Bulb mode, with a perfect timing, The Tiger will serve you well. Just make sure you hold the camera steadily so it won’t blur.
The Tiger is also not a selfish partner since it is a 110 film, which means, you can change rolls part way through. If the object is more likely better in black and white or even in red scale, you can sacrifice one frame, and change it to another film.
So, go give it a try, let us go RAWR together! RAWR!! I’m lovin’ it !