Fuji Superia 110 Film


This 110 film is fantastic if you can get your hands on it!

110 films are getting harder and more expensive to get your hands on. I have tried a few different brands but this one is by far the best I have tried. The films I have are all in the 2000’s in date and keep really well.

110 films are the easiest films to load in the world! Just pop the cassette in and off you go. The downside of this film is that is you want to develop it yourself, it is really hard to get out of the cassette and the developing reels are quite hard to come by!

The colors are strong and it gives good contrast. This film is really reliable and keeps really well when stored in a cool and dark place.

If you do your own developing of this film, you can get some great effects. With this one I basically battered the film with really rough developing and drying techniques to give a really gritty vintage look! I wasn’t sure it would work out but as you can tell by the pictures below they came out quite well.

If you can find this film at a bargain, don’t think twice… Get it before its gone forever as 110 film production for many film companies have discontinued!

Oh and an idea for you lovely Lomography inventors. Start making this stuff, you will make a killing!

written by explorette on 2011-10-10 #gear #film #review #camera #100-asa #110-film #lomography #fuji #miniature #user-review #explorette


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  1. tetrahexadecabyte
    tetrahexadecabyte ·

    Oh my !
    I found lots of it in a supermarket, they are the last ones . . .

    I'm buying a Roleiflex medium format camera,
    Do you know if i can i use this 110 film in it ?

  2. goomba
    goomba ·

    No, medium format cameras take 120 film, its widely available both online and in stores.
    However, if I was you I would buy those last stocks anyway, just in case you'll ever get your hands on a 110 camera.

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