If you think we're ignoring our beloved 110 shooters, you're mistaken! We love our miniature camera aficionados and we're focusing on their film on choice in this week's Taking Back Tipsters!
Big things come in small packages! With all those big, bulky cameras around, it’s refreshing to see someone whip out a small keychain-sized 110 camera. You’d think you’re giving a big compromise in shooting with something as small as 110 but don’t be fooled, it still packs a wallop! The 110 format has been gone for quite a while though, so some of you might not be familiar with it. To remedy that, we’ve got a couple of Tipsters from the community for you guys to pore over!
If you have the Lomography Experimental Lens Kit, you can still use it with 110 film! All it takes is a 110 film cassette, the film and lots of duct tape!
Feel that 110 is a tad too small for you? Why don’t you use two of them at the same time for great results?
With 110 being (almost) a forgotten format, reels for developing it may be hard to come by. Here’s an option to make your own at the comforts of your home!
Dumbfounded on how to scan your freshly developed 110 roll? Don’t fret. Here’s a handy guide for you!
Have a Diana Baby 110 and want to squeeze out every inch of its potential and maximize it? This Tipster is exactly what the doctor ordered.