Lobster Redscale 200 ISO 110: A Snapping Sensation

Get out of your day-to-day photography routine with Lobster Redscale 110 Film. This professional quality 200 ISO redscale film has a warm personality which will brighten your days with ultra-vibrant snapshots.

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A perfect film to make copper-colored pictures with a flaming glow, use it with the Diana Baby 110 and Fisheye Baby 110 cameras and of course all other 110 cameras.

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Color Tiger 110 – Lomography’s first 110 color negative film.

Colorful and sharp, Tiger is ready to capture everything that crosses its way on smooth 110 format. It will make any 110 camera go wild with fresh new color!

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As all nocturnal hunters, the Lomography Color Tiger 110 is blessed with excellent sight. 200 ISO enables it to see its prey by day and with a little help from a flash by night. Capture sharp, colorful pictures with this roaring legend. One 110 film cartridge gives you 24 vivid exposures!


Introducing Orca - The 110 Black & White Beauty

Forty years after 110 format film was originally introduced in 1972, Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film is the first 110 film to be produced since 2009. Yes! Lomography single-handedly brought 110 back into circulation!

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The crispy Lomography Orca 110 B&W Filmmight be small in size, but yields great depth of field and excellent results even at short focal length. 110 film makes for extra portable, pocket-friendly fun. One 110 film cartridge will give you 24 high quality, black & white exposures. The Lomography Orca requires classic B&W processing.

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Lomography Peacock 110 X-Pro Film: Extravagant in emerald

After years of discontinuation, we’re bringing back color into the world of 110 format.

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The Lomography Peacock 110 X-Pro is a 200 ISO slide film that flaunts bright blues and gorgeous greens when you cross-process it. When processed normally, you’ll get dazzling hues and amazing sharpness!


Any 110 Questions?

Have any questions about Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film or 110 film in general? We’ve compiled plenty of answers in the Lomography FAQ Section. There you can read all about scanning and home developing for example. And of course, just about everything else you need to know!