Where Can I Get 110 Film Developed?

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Need to get your 110 gems developed quickly so your lomohome can be the envy of everyone else’s? You’ll find there will be no need to climb mountains, cross rivers or battle alligators to do so. Just head over to your usual lab.

PhotoLab Developing

Yes, that’s right. It’s as simple as that. Most photo labs, supermarkets and retail stores are equipped to handle 110 film in the same way they do 35mm film. The first time you show up with one might be a little of a surprise; since they probably haven’t seen one in such a long time, but all you have to do is insist a little and all should be fine and dandy. In the slim eventuality that your lab is not able to develop 110 format, they can usually suggest another lab nearby which can.

LomoLab Developing

Of course, you can always take advantage of our mail-order services via the Online Lomolab or bring in your films the good old way at one of our Lomography Gallery Stores. All LomoLabs are fully equipped to develop 110 film! Read more about developing your films through the LomoLab.

DIY Developing

Getting your 110 images developed is as easy as 1, 2, 3 but as always there’s one or two ways to do it yourself too. The first option would include the use of a Jobo 1502 reel or a Yankee Clipper II Developing Tank. Both are relatively simple to use for newbies and if you already own one then all you have to do is use it for 110 format film in the same way you do for 35mm. You knew that!

Alternatively, if you don’t own one of the above developing tanks with adjustable reel, what you can do is customise a 35mm one. 35mm reels are easy to find and relatively cheap too. Nearly all developing reels are made out of soft plastic, so it is easy to cut, saw and file. All you have to do is cut one down to 110 size (the width of 110 film is exactly 16mm or 0.63 inch). A big plus about using this method is that you need less photo chemicals due to the size of the small tank, which is pretty awesome. Give it a go and tell us how it turned out!

Here’s here is a development chart for use with several popular developers:

Developer Dilution Time Temp ISO
D-76 1+1 7 20C 100
D-96 stock 6 20C 100
D-96 stock 5 20C 100
FX-1 1+1+8 9 20C 100
HC-110 J (1+150) 18 20C 80-100
HC-110 A 7 20C 100
PCK 5+10+100 7 20C 100
Pyrocat-HD 1+1+100 10 20C 100
Pyrocat-HD 1+1+200 40 20C 100
Rodinal 1+50 9 20C 100
Rodinal 1+100 25 20C 100
Xtol 1+1 7 20C 100

110 Development Around The World

Just click on your country in the list below to find out where to take your 110 cartridges once you’re done. If you’re country is not on the list there’s no need to panic. We’re updating is with fresh info as soon as it comes in.


If you know of any other labs in your area which develop 110 film, submit them now so they can be added to the list.

If you have any questions about Orca you can read the FAQ articles or get in touch!

written by webo29 on 2012-05-16 #gear #tutorials #developing #tipster #where-can-i-get-110-film-developed


  1. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    my fav photolab here in Osimo (it) can develope only c41 color 110! I'm not sure if the lab where they usually send B&W films to develope do this service also for the 110 format.

  2. nerpman
    nerpman ·

    You mention it's possible to develop yourself, but don't give any information about developers or times. What company made this film? Would make starting out so much easier to know that!

  3. ginny
    ginny ·

    Is this the kind of film you use with a Kodak Ektra 90? I have one, with two rolls of ten-year-expired color film, but I have no idea where to develop it.

  4. fiorenzo
    fiorenzo ·

    Dove si trovano le pellicole a colori 110?

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