Forty years since the 110 format film made its 1972 debut and three years after its 2009 production cessation, the good folks at Lomography present yet another fresh incarnation of it. The Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film is only the beginning, and it heralds a series of analog releases including color negative and color slide 110 films — definitely good news if you’re eyeing the Fisheye Baby 110. While the Fisheye Baby is compact and fits right in your pocket, it fully works like its predecessor, the Fisheye No. 2. Measuring a tiny 68.5 x 70 x 51mm without the film, the Fisheye Baby sports a 13mm 170-degree fisheye lens and features multiple and long exposure capabilities. The Fisheye Baby 110 Metal is essentially the Fisheye Baby 110 Basic with a PC flash adaptor for brighter shots. There are only 100 units available from the initial production batch so get yours soon.
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