Since the release of the new 110 film from Lomography, I have been tempted to get myself a small camera and give this small format a go. But being a lover of bargains and my attempts to keep my spending down, I rummaged through Trademe (New Zealand's version of Ebay) listings and purchased my new vintage baby - Pentax Auto 110!
A review on Pentax Auto 110 SLR, the worlds smallest film SLR!
The Pentax Auto 110 "Black Panhead" was developed in Japan between years 1980 & 1985.
It was capable of programmed exposures between 1/750 second at f/13.5and 1 second at f/2.8, and had a ISO between 100 & 400ASA. It uses 110 film cartridge and has a lot of accessories (lenses, flashes, filters...)