Lomography f110c3 Color Tiger 110 3 Pack (Color Film)
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- After bringing the 110 format back to life, Lomography is gearing up for a small-scale, full-color party with the Color Tiger 110 3pack!
- The Tiger is our first 110 color negative film. With a speed of 200 ISO, this pocket film is great for everyday shooting and delivers wonderful night-time photos with a little help from a flash.
- The Tiger is fully compatible with all standard 110 pocket cameras.
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|Browse Node ID||680608011|
|Film Format Type||110|
|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 1.5 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||0.13 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||One year against manufacturer defects.|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
Can’t get enough of 110? Now is your chance to paint your shots with 3Packs of roaring colors: the Tiger is here! Lomography’s first 110 color negative film will give you fresh and sharp shots, and it works perfectly well with Lomography’s 110 Cameras. Use the Tiger with Lomography’s 110 Cameras and you’re in for a fun-filled photo expedition!
Top customer reviews
Yep, camera still works great, and the pictures look really good. I scan/print my own film, so I just got the film developed and had the negative rolls sent to me to scan. You do really need a high-DPI scanner to get good scans out of the tiny film, but the quality is really good for a re-release of a film type that was discontinued sometime late last century.
You can't blow up the scans to much more than a 5x7 before you start to lose detail, but to me the point is to be able to get decent "computer screen/facebook" sized photos, which this 110 film does perfectly fine.
There are not a lot of shops that still process 110 film, I had to send mine to Lomo to do, but the prices aren't bad, and I was doing this for the pure fun of it.
If you have a nice, old pocket 110 you want to fig out and re-use, this film should work great for you. Definitely recommend it.