Lomography is well known for its film-only cameras such as the LC-Wide and the LomoKino movie camera and the latest addition to its analogue arsenal is the Lomography Fisheye Baby 110. We were invited along to Lomography's London HQ for a sneak preview...
You might have even had one of the slimline cameras youself, although after their popularity waned, 110 film went out of production in 2009, before being reintroduced by the Lomo chaps a short while ago.
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Build
The Lomo Fisheye Baby 110 looks just like one of the brand's standard fisheye cameras, but in minature form, measuring in at a diminutive 68.5 x 70 x 51mm without the film, As the name suggests, it sports a 13mm fisheye lens.
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Controls
Apart from the shutter release, the only control that you'll find on the camera's tiny chassis is an N/B switch for adjusting the shutter speed, enabling you to take long exposures.
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Film
Unless you've got some old film lying about or you're willing to scour ebay for out-of-date stock, the brand's recently launched Lomography Orca 110 B&W is currently the only 110 film that you can buy.
Lomo will be launching more films in the not-too-distant future, presumably a colour version, and maybe even a slide film, if we're lucky. We're told that the next run of Orca film will also include numbered frames.
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Verdict
The Lomography Fisheye Baby 100 looks like a cheap, fun snapper, although the cost of getting the 110 film processed might take the fun out of it somewhat. However, it's a good option if you want an affordable analogue cam to take to a festival or on a night out. We'll bring you a full review as soon as we can get our snaps developed.
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 review: Hands-on
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The Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 is the analogue photography specialist's latest camera, making use of the recently resurrected 100 film format
Lomography Fisheye Baby 110
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