Bringing the 110 film back from the grave wasn’t the only thing on peoples mind in the Lomography den. Insisting that everyone has to love the film and also buy the new Fisheye baby 110 seems to be on their to-do list. Why else would they dare to come out with the pocket-sized camera to go with the pocket sized film? Im not a fan of mystery so going for something like this device and wondering what my picture will turn out like is far too painstaking for me. Ill educate you a bit on this tiny tots specs… The Baby 110 come in either Basic or Metal (the Metal adds a PC Flash Adaptor), both of which feature a 170-degree plastic fisheye lens, f/8 aperture, 1/100 shutter or Bulb mode, built-in viewfinder and multiple exposure capability.
Make your own choices and if you have liked the Fisheye Baby 110 then they’re already available on the Lomography store, with the Basic selling for $39 and the Metal for $59.