Picked up a Kodak Ektralite 10 from Goodwill some time ago. This is a cool little 110 sized film camera. Super easy to use. And yes, they still make 110 film. I used Lomography Color Tiger 200 110 film. Just open the film door in the back, and drop in a 110 film cartridge. Close the film door, point & shoot. Very groovy.
I have several 110 cameras, and I shoot them just for a goof. Not very practical since the cameras have little if no controls. Just point & shoot. The only control this camera has is an on/off switch for the flash. No light meter, you just have to guess when you use the flash. With 200 ASA film basically you use the flash indoors or in shadows. No flash when outside.
My local camera store doesn't process 110 film, so I sent it away to The Darkroom. They do a great job. Here a a few shots while walking around Indianapolis
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The first camera I had, boy those 110 negatives are small.ReplyDelete
My first camera.ReplyDelete
Are you able to see if the flash works without film inside?ReplyDelete