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  • Lomography Q&A: More Information on the Fisheye Baby 110

    Lomography Q&A: More Information on the Fisheye Baby 110

    Q. Hi! I’m new to 110 photography and I’m wondering if the Fisheye Baby 110 is a good camera for me to start with. I would really appreciate it if you can give me more information on this camera. Thanks in advance!

    A. Hello! Welcome to Lomography and to the world of 110 photography! Many film enthusiasts were devastated when this format was discontinued, but with the release of the Fisheye Baby 110 you can enjoy shooting in 110 again!

    As a beginner, we think you’d have so much fun shooting with the Fisheye Baby 110. With limited controls and switches, you can enjoy fuss-free point and shoot photography. Focus? Simply aim at your subject and get as close as possible! Shutter speed? Just flick the N/B switch in front of the viewfinder. Remember that normal mode is best for daytime shooting, while bulb mode is ideal for indoor or low-light settings. Multiple exposures? Take a shot and shoot as many frames as you want without advancing your film. This is as simple as it gets!

    And did we mention that the Fisheye Baby 110 is super small that it can easily slide in your pocket or disguise itself as a pendant? Load it up with 110 film and you’re set to snap away! And don’t forget to check out our PhotoLabs section to see which developers accept 110 film in your area.

    We hope this convinces you to get your own Fisheye Baby. And if you have more questions we haven’t answered, you can head over to our Fisheye Baby FAQs section. Happy snap-shooting!