Getting Up Close With The Color Tiger

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Meet the Tiger – it’s good friends with the Fisheye. Together, they’re reeling you in to come closer, closer … but be warned! Prepare for an in-your-face surge of color, sharpness, and smoothness with this wild 110 tandem!

Who knew a tiger could get along well with a fish? Well, in this case, we’re talking about the new Lomography Color Tiger 110 Film and the Fisheye Baby 110 Camera. If you’ve always wanted a fuss-free, Fisheye way to capture the world – this pocket-sized duo can’t be beat!

Go Wild With Color!

If the Orca Black & White 110 excited you, you’ll definitely love the Lomography Color Tiger 110. With an ISO rating of 200, you can enjoy day-to-night shooting. Delivers a punch of bright natural colors, remarkable sharpness, and fine grain!

Buy the Lomography Color Tiger 110 from the Online Shop

Hold Me Closer, Tiny Snapper

These tiny babies like to cozy up! Choose between the Fisheye Baby 110 Basic or the Fisheye Baby 110 Metal, and start shooting sharp 110 photos with a 170-degree perspective. Don’t forget to explore with the Bulb setting and multiple-exposure option, too!

See the 110 Camera lineup in the Online Shop | Visit the 110 Baby Microsite

The Color Tiger 110 is Lomography’s first 110 color negative film. It is colorful, sharp and ready to capture everything that crosses its way on smooth 110 format.. It will make any 110 camera go wild with fresh new color! The Lomography Color Tiger 110 200 ISO enables it to see its prey by day and with a little help from a flash, by night. Capture sharp, colorful pictures with this roaring legend.

written by shhquiet on 2012-07-08 #lifestyle #color-negative #110 #fisheye-baby #lomography-color-tiger-110-film #color-tiger #tiger-color-110-film


  1. plasticpopsicle
    plasticpopsicle ·

    I wonder how this film will behave in the Minolta 110 camera I recently unearthed? Hmmm.

  2. nofiji
    nofiji ·

    Is it possible to take the 110 film out of the camera before finishing the film and then back in to use the rest of it? I have a baby fisheye 110

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