From following links in this thread I discovered that Kodachrome used to be made in 110 and mounted in little slides that could be projected in a special carousel. Did anyone ever use 110 Kodachrome?
The 110 Kodachrome was quite nice. My father shot a fair bit of it, using one of the more expensive Kodak "Pocket" cameras.
The Pocket Carousel projectors are also really good, and really neat. As far as I know, Dad still has his.
Kodak used to have a service where they would duplicate 35mm slides on to 110 Kodachrome (I don't think it was Ektachrome). It was quite popular with travelling salespeople, because the Pocket Projectors and Pocket Carousel slide trays together were a lot smaller and lighter than the full size models.
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2
Yes, when I was 11yo, I had a GAF 220 (fixed focus & fixed exposure) camera and I shot Kodachrome in it because it was cheaper than prints. You could get it mounted in 2" mounts for a regular projector. I still have those slides.
In my photographic "museum" I have a sealed pack of twenty 110 Kodachrome films dated (I think) 1977. I also have a 110 projector (sadly not a Carousel) and some 110 slide mounts. It's always been at the back of my mind to slice down some Ektachrome, shoot, mount and project it, just for the hell of it. So far I've only got to the stage of asking my local lab whether they'd be able/willing to process the strip of film and they were quite happy to do so. One day.......
Will ADOX themselves be manufacturing the color material?!
No, hell no :o
As I said we can use any colour material available on 35mm pancakes without perforation. So this is an industrial preproduct which we will be able to locate with either Fuji or Kodak.
Currently we have stock of Ferrania 200 pancakes to start up the production.
The pancakes will then be slit down to 32mm (we have a machine just for that), perforated and slit into 2x16mm and chopped.
We will not signate frames into the material nor will we signate picture numbers.
If these stripes can be used in Minoltas we are happy to suplly them (ofcourse).
126 does not seem worth looking into at this point. Many obstacles. Hardly any demand.
Same for 220.