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Lomography Color Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film (24 Exposures)

B&H # LOFCT110 Mfr # F110C1
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Product Highlights
  • ISO 200
  • Fits All 110 Format Cameras
  • Works With Lomo's Fisheye Baby Cameras
  • Film is Marked With Frame Counter
  • Contains Backing Paper

This is a 24 exposure cartridge of Color Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film from Lomography. This film delivers solid color with good contrast. The ISO rating of 200 is a medium speed film good for general purpose photography that is also effective when shooting with flash. The film is designed with backing paper and a built in frame counter that shows you what number shot you're up to. This is a fun film for your classic 110 camera.

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LomographyColor Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film (24 Exposures)
 
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        4.0

        Solid

        By Ben the Bouncer

        from Oklahoma

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            Comments about Lomography Color Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film (24 Exposures):

            I got a Holga Micro-110, which takes 110 film. This is a hard film to find, seeing that the only new 110 films out were only made by fujifilm and Lomography. I'm not ambitious enough to roll the die with an expired film, so this new roll was great. Good price too. Now, I just need to shoot away and develop them.

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            5.0

            Great 110 Film

            By KatieSaysHi

            from St. Cloud, MN

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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            • Accurate
            • Consistent
            • Good Tonal Range

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              • Basic Snapshots

              Comments about Lomography Color Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film (24 Exposures):

              This is some of the only 110 film still made today. Everything else is expired. This film has really great color and saturation. There is a considerable amount of grain, but part of that has to do with the camera used also. It is a little expensive, but if you're looking for quality 110, this is it!

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              4.0

              nice to be able to find this film format

              By shakylegs

              from Milwaukee, WI

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                    Comments about Lomography Color Tiger 110 Pocket Color Negative Film (24 Exposures):

                    I shot this film through an old instamatic with a few flash cubes. I developed it myself with a c-41 press kit and my results were ok, I would blame any problems though on my processing and not on the film. I just wish that the price wasn't so high.

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