I love this silly little format. Post your 110 pics and discuss if there's any cameras worth having besides the minolta zoom slr mkii.[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Camera SoftwareWindows Photo Editor 10.0.10011.16384Image-Specific Properties:Image OrientationTop, Left-HandImage Created2021:07:15 14:21:18Color Space InformationsRGB
>>3917763HOLY GRAIN BATMANw0442
>>3917763Is 110mm the height or the width?
>>3917798Its a square format, cut down from 120mmThe crop makes it granier
I only know this 110 format camera
You'll be hard pressed to find another camera as goofy lookin as this one. They're a real novelty compared to the mk2, but at least they can still be found for just 30 bucks.
>>3917798>Is 110mm the height or the width.Neither.It's 110 film, like 135 is 36x24 and 120 varies with no dimension being '20mm.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/110_filmIt was discontinued because it wasn't good for anything but poorfags and disposable cameras. Brought back by some manufacturers for a while but nobody takes it serious.>>3917800Retard spreading misinformation.
>>3917802m43 is 110 film size. How come we can't get a m43 camera this small?
I took some shitty Instax shots of horses.
>>3919702>like 135 is 36x24>he doesn’t know that 135 is 35mm wide including perforations..Ngmi desu
>>3919799https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/135_filmThe frames are literally 36x24 jfc. The film itself is 35mm wide but almost no cameras shoot to the sprocket holes.
>>3919752There was the GM5 which came close, but it was a rangefinder-styled bodyI think the biggest reason is heat, digital sensors need a larger body to dissipate heat better, and an m43 camera that small would overheat and explode in your hands after using it for a while
>>3919808>he film itself is 35mm wideexactly, which is why its called 35mm retard, it is not as arbitrary as you're making it out to be
anyone ever hit that point where you just want to sell all your gear and buy a nice digital setup because of how much simpler it is?I do photography semi professionally and whilst I love the results I get with film, it's sometimes more work than it's worth, especially if you dev/scan your own film then have to deal with correcting things.Then again I could never get a similarly priced DSLR version of my Pentax 67 :(