Lomography Gives the Recently-Revived 110 Film a Fisheye Baby 110 Camera to Call Its Own

By Kat Hannaford on at

Having resurrected the 1970s 110 film format from the grave, Lomography's just unveiled a mini version of its popular Fisheye camera, the Fisheye Baby 110. Taking the same 170-degree fisheye photos (great for cat pics!), the Baby 110 fits in a pocket and looks really cute in its two available colourways.

My favourite's got to be the metal version, which comes with a PC flash adaptor, but the monochrome classic is really cute too, with both models measuring 6.8cm x 7cm x 5.1cm when the roll of film isn't attached, or 8cm x 7.3cm x 5.1cm when attached.

The classic baby is available now for £35, and the metal 110 camera with flash is out for £49. And if you're wondering just how you can get your hands on this new-old 110 film, well, Lomography's selling the black and white Orca film for £6.90 (with each roll containing 24 exposures.) [Lomography]

Introducing the Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 from Lomography on Vimeo.