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no this is 35mm film. 110 is different.
By malena ryan on January 11, 2015
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There's a Rite Aid store nearby that still accepts film drop offs & they send it out to be developed. There's a little cardboard box up near the front of the store by the counter & register. You fill out one of those paper envelopes, take the top part with the # & drop the envelope with the film in the box. It takes… see more There's a Rite Aid store nearby that still accepts film drop offs & they send it out to be developed. There's a little cardboard box up near the front of the store by the counter & register. You fill out one of those paper envelopes, take the top part with the # & drop the envelope with the film in the box. It takes a couple weeks to get back depending on the pick-up days & hours, which are listed on the box at my store. Then the store usually calls to let me know when it comes in. It looks like Fuji develops it, based on the envelopes, but I'm not positive. I've never had any problems & it always comes back on time & the pictures look good. If you have a Rite Aid or other drugstore near you, you may want to call & see if they still accept rolls of film to be sent out for developing. I used to take it to a camera/photo shop near me but they went out of business. If you don't have a drugstore near you that'll do it, maybe check around with an specialty photo or camera stores, or possibly Wal-Mart or Kmart to see if can. see less
By M. Phipps on March 10, 2016
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Some say it has better colors reproduction
By Leo Babic on June 6, 2015
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I will work with any camera that is film based.
By Moe on December 24, 2014
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January 2017
By Kindle Customer on May 19, 2015
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Never a stupid question Jake and I believe 400 speed film is best used in low light conditions though for catching a moving object as well,I hope this answers your credible question Jake. O would probably use 200 for bright outdoor film
By Drew Polk on April 23, 2015
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Yes, this is 35mm film
By Phillip R. Lane on October 22, 2014
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It was for Color Flim
By Eric E Moore on September 7, 2014
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The expiration date is 3/2017 & it says it's made in the USA
By M. Phipps on July 25, 2015