How to scan 110 film?

There are a few ways to scan 110 film negatives, such as with scanning kits, a digital camera equipped with macro lens or a smartphone, then inverting and cropping your images in an editing software afterwards.

110 Film Photos by @zorki scanned with the DigitaLIZA 110 Scanning Mask

If you intend to shoot 110 film regularly and are planning to invest on your own scanning equipment, consider checking out Lomography’s DigitaLIZA 110 Scanning Mask.

Another option is the Lomography DigitaLIZA+ and Digitaliza Max which has a 120 film holder you can use to scan your 110 films.

You can scan 110 films with these scanning kits through the steps outlined below, and as also seen in the video:

1. Measure the Lomography DigitaLIZA+ or Digitaliza Max’s 120 film holder
2. Measure the width and length of a 110 film frame
3. Mark both on a black cardboard and make cuts in the middle and on both sides
4. Insert the film through the cuts and scan!

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