Unleash Creativity in 110 Format

Discover just how great and accessible the 110 format really is, with all the resources you need to get started or get more creative, all in one place!

The 110-format is a modern trend for enthusiasts and a nostalgic journey for film lovers. It’s a fun, easy and unique way to delve into analogue photography. From pocket-sized cameras to vibrant films, it’s an exciting world of visual storytelling. Accessible and effortlessly cool – 110 is a creative revolution just waiting to be explored!

110 Gear

First soaring to popularity in the 1970s, the simple yet mighty 110 format made photography approachable and accessible. Though this miniature format faced a period of decline, we brought it back in 2012 and now proudly stand as the sole brand manufacturing new 110 films and cameras, offering color negative, black & white, redscale and LomoChrome films as well as a selection of compact and creative cameras.

Lomomatic 110

With a glass lens for super sharp snaps and automatic exposure, this compact sliding camera is your everyday companion for capturing a slice of life on 110 film, with advanced creative features like ISO control, zone-focusing and two aperture settings!

Fisheye Baby Bauhaus

The oh-so-adorable Fisheye Baby 110 Camera may be small, but it packs a 170-degree punch, shooting super-cool bulbous spheres on 110 film. Great for close-ups, it also features a PC flash adapter for indoor or after-dark shots.

Diana Baby 110

Experience the dreamy Diana aesthetic of punchy colors, retro vignettes and artistic aesthetics in 110 format with this small but almighty snapper. With interchangeable lenses, you’ll be amazed by the creative possibilities of this analogue legend!

Color Tiger 110 ISO 200 3-Pack

All of Lomography’s signature color negative aesthetics packed into a miniature roll of 110 film for a roaring good time.

2021 LomoChrome Metropolis 110 ISO 100–400

This experimental color-shifting formula features punchy contrasts and muted tones with intense pops of color.

B&W Orca 110 ISO 100

Master the art of capturing miniature masterpieces in beautiful black and white. Expect bold contrast with silvery shades of grey.

“I recommend the pocket-film format […] for people who see photography as a creative tool to express themselves or their artistic view of the world they live in and for those who like to experiment.”

—Monika Mitterdorfer

“Well, it’s partly nostalgic – it brings back warm childhood memories. It’s also just a lot of fun since the cameras are usually small, practical, and easy to use…”


Top Tutorials

Prefer a visual guide to your 110 adventure? Have a look at our useful tipster videos teaching you all about different ways to shoot with the tiny 110 format.

Unboxing the Lomomatic 110

Feel the analogue energy build as you take a peek inside the packaging of the Lomomatic 110, revealing its retro-cool design and exciting features that promise to elevate your 110 journey!

How to Scan 110 Film

Scanning 110 film is easier than you think! Have a look at our handy step-by-step guide that shows you how to scan 110 with the DigitaLIZA+.

Watch More Videos

Dive deeper into the world of 110 photography with our curated selection of videos. From beginner tips to advanced techniques, get ready to expand your 110 knowledge!

“A 110 film camera is one of the most entertaining, fun-to-use and original things you can buy for the cheapest price and Lomography will help you with that.”


110 Tips & Tricks

Seen a cool photo and want to learn how to recreate it yourself? Wondering how or where to develop your 110 film? Or do you simply want to learn more about this pocket-sized format? Our Lomo School guides, video tutorials and Magazine articles are all here to help you discover this wonderful format.

“110 film offers a more user-friendly experience than 35 mm: The cartridges can only be inserted one way, so they’re easier to load. And the design consists of two light-proof containers, one for the unexposed bit of the roll, the other for the exposed portion. This means there’s no need to rewind the roll at the end.”


Store Locator

If you prefer to check in-store before selecting your favorite 110 camera and film, head to our Store Locator to find your closest Lomography retailer. For those of you who are still not sure how to go about developing your 110 films, it’s much easier than you think! We’ve put together a handy list of lab spaces that will be happy to help you!