Back in 2009 the production of 110 film had ended, and it appeared as if the unique format would have been lost forever. The metal and black-colored Fisheye Baby 110 from Lomography was created to prevent just that, and hails the return of a near-extinct film to a whole new generation of analog film photographers.
Don't let its small size and simple operation fool you: these cameras deliver excellent analog snapshots filled with deep vignetting and classic light leaks. All of which comes to you in a camera that fits inside your pocket! No more will you have to use the same repetitive fake digital filters like everyone else's smartphone--get the real deal and take it with you to places your phone could never go, like a necklace hanging from your neck.
Since this is Lomography's first step in a 110 film revival, the range of 110 cameras and film types will constantly grow and mature as time goes on. Even if you're just taking your first steps into the analog film world, you'll learn the ropes in no time and have fun doing it.
Having a Bulb and MX setting in the Fisheye Baby 110s is unique to the market, as not many pocket 110 cameras have them. To do a multiple exposure you don't even need to flick a switch, just hit the shutter button twice and you've done it! Press it three or four times to really make things interesting.
Once you've caught all of these images you're going to want to see them, and most photo labs, supermarkets or retail stores are equipped to handle the 110 film in the same way they do 35 mm film. It may have been a long time since they've seen the film type, but if they really are not equipped to process it they can probably suggest another lab nearby, or you can always take advantage of Lomography's mail-order services, the Online Lomolab, or bring your film right into one of the Lomography Gallery Stores. Just because you're shooting 110 film does not mean you have limited options! This camera is all about unique creativity, and limitless possibilities.