110 Film Cartridges Available In 2021

You are interested in trying 110 format, but you do not know the availability of resources for this format, well then we show you the 110 film cartridges available in 2021

1. Lomography B&W Orca 100 ISO 110

To talk about Lomography is to talk about a brand that has given a lot to fans of analog photography, always starting from the slogan of experimentation and aimed at a public who are fond of photography.

The Lomography film in black and white Orca 100 is a film that has a very remarkable characteristic, and that is that it has a very fine grain for its type. In other words, you probably won’t find a film for the 110 format as thin as this one.

Lomography’s Orca 100 emerges from Kodak’s closure, like most of its emulsion-based products. This particular film is about the discontinued Verichrome Pan, a film that was on the market for almost half a century.

It is an orthochromatic film, that is, a film that only reacts to cold colors, leaving warm colors, or red to be more precise, without exposing.

photos by Matthew Paul Argall


2. Lomography Color Tiger 110

Lomography Color Tiger film is a film that, as we have seen in the past, sell out every certain season. We do not know if it is a marketing strategy but what we do know is that when Lomography announces that it has re-released a film that seemed finished, people go crazy.

The Tiger is an ISO 200 film very similar in characteristics to a Kodak Gold. It gives yellowish or golden colors in the lights and greenish in the shadows, this is more noticeable because in general, the film has a slight underexposure under the nominal ISO that it handles.

photos by Matthew Paul Argall


3. Lomography Peacock Color Slide X-Pro 110

The Peacock Color Slide is a film as the name implies, a film slide, that is to say, a positive film. It has similar color characteristics to the Color Tiger but being a slide, they add a little more saturation and contrast.

This slide film is a very allegorical film in the world of “lomography”, it has a whole culture behind it, also accompanied by a tradition mainly inherited from the use of toy or disposable 35mm cameras.

Mount it on your Diana Baby, put an angle lens on it accompanied by this film, and you will be a true book Lomographer. Also if you want you can also add a cross process to your E6 film and you are completely consecrated.

photos by Matthew Paul Argall


4. LOMOGRAPHY Lobster 110 Redscale

For some time we saw how rescale became fashionable, it seems that it has returned and even more so with this film that is packaged so that you can do it directly.

Redscale is basically achieved by exposing the outside of the face of any film to color, achieving these photos with a warm saturated between red and orange.

Lomography already brings it to you ready to do your thing with this film, and experiment with this interesting effect.

photos by Andreina Schoeberlein


5. LOMOGRAPHY Metropolis LOMOCHROME

This color development film C-41 is basically a tungsten film, which provides cooler heats and a white balance that are quite popular.

You can really feel that you are using a motion picture film, because in fact it is so. It gives a very good and attractive quality and in addition to a very pleasant grain level grain, because unlike the previous ones, it stands out at that point as well.

They also exist in a 35mm version, a very interesting option also if you take a photo in this format and you only knew about the CineStill versions.

photos by George Bremer


6. Lomography purple 110 Lomochrome

Like Redscale, this is another film that plays with the inversion of colors. In this case, what this film achieves is to turn the greens into purples, the yellows into pink, and it keeps the reds as they are.

It’s a different way of experimenting, and you can get more out of it if your photos are predominantly green or yellow. For example, an afternoon in the forest or in the park, or in the case of yellow, a sunset on the beach. Try it and tell us.

photos by Sai Mr.

7. 110 Fukkatsu ISO 400

Fukkatsu is a Japanese brand that has been in the market for a couple of years now, it is a brand that arose from the demand that in recent years has arisen around the 110 format.

It is a C-41 color film that is labeled ISO 400, which means that it is a very good starting point for any 110 format automatic camera.

Of course we will get more out of it if we use a camera that automatically detects the sensitivity, or if we can adjust the iso manually, which is a very rare feature in cameras of this format.

It is a very interesting film, but it is likely that you will find it expired with the date of 2018, this because its production stopped on that date. But it must be said that there are still many units on the market, and that the expiration date will not cause many variations in color.

photos by Neil Wellons


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