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Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: The Forever Baby

This camera is the baby of the Fisheye and it's the baby that never grows up!

Photo by syerowoo

I got this camera, along with the Diana Baby 110 from the super sale ongoing last month in stores! When I first saw this camera, I was really intrigued by the way it functioned. How small it was, how the 110 film could fit, and how it actually functioned with the bulb and normal functions! I had many questions about this camera, and the only way for me to know how to use this is simply just to experience it first-hand.

I brought my camera out on a few occasions, from day to night and indoor to outdoor.

This set of photos were shot at night, with the use of the Fritz the Blitz adapter kit ,along side with my Fritz the Blitz flash from the La Sardina! In the dark out on the streets, I was not sure how the photos would turn out, especially since it was the first time I used this baby. In this stream of photos, it was over exposed as I had set the flash to the ‘furthest’ setting and had overpowered the film.

I also visited Toys’R’Us with a couple of friends, and I had my baby with me! These photos were taken indoors, also with the use of an external flash.

Here, we were on our way to a local flea market and took advantage of the bright sun in the open, knowing that film loooooves sunlight.

In conclusion, this camera is truly a versatile camera, and its so easy to carry it around especially when the sun is out and shining! I would definitely be bringing this camera around where ever I go and capturing memorable memories.

Pocket-sized cameras for fun, portable photography! These 110 Cameras shoot with the miniature 110 film format. Lomography’s line of 110 cameras are super-easy to use and perfect for your spontaneous snapshots. They are cute and fully functional at the same time! Buy yours from the Online Shop today!

written by syerowoo

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