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Lomography Tiger Colour Negative 110 Film - 1 Pack

Code: 707100119
In Stock: 3
Manchester: 1
Leeds: 2

Code: 707100119 In Stock: 3
Manchester: 1
Leeds: 2
Can’t get enough of 110? Now is your chance to paint your shots with roaring colors because the Tiger is here! Lomography’s first 110 color negative film will give you fresh and sharp shots, and it works perfectly well with Lomography’s Fisheye Baby Cameras. Please Note: Unlike the Orca, the Tiger Film has a backing paper and a frame counter so you can see at any time at which frame you are. This makes it convenient to use with 110 cameras that don´t stop automatically at every frame! 110 Legacy – After bringing the 110 format back to life, Lomography is gearing up for a small-scale, full-color party with the Color Tiger 110! Roar with Color – The Tiger is our first 110 color negative film. With a speed of 200 ISO, this pocket film is great for everyday shooting and delivers wonderful night-time photos with a little help from a flash. Perfect Pairing – Use the Tiger with Lomography’s Fisheye Baby Cameras and you’re in for a fun-filled photo expedition! Super easy to use, the Fisheye Baby automatically stops the film at each frame, taking the guesswork out of your snap-shooting! Pocket-Friendly – The Tiger is fully compatible with standard 110 pocket cameras.

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