I did it, I bought a few Lomo rolls of the 110 film. Still looking for 400 speed stuff.
I should have clarified, that the 11X14 print from 110 redscale was commercially done. I don't print color, Just B&W. In that case, yes, it was a digital print from scanned film.
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
As for 400 speed B&W, there was a brand called Fukkatsu around last year. They must have made just one run each of 100 & 400 B&W and color films. I bought a bunch, but no one seems to have it any more. The last was at Ultrafine On Line: http://www.ultrafineonline.com/fu110foco400.html But their out now too.
You can reload: http://www.subclub.org/darkroom/roll110.htm or http://www.geocities.com/markhahn2000/110_reload.htm or http://www.subclub.org/darkroom/splitter.htm
Thanks, I'll keep an eye out for some 400 speed film anyway, and I'll Google that company I'm sure some of it might be on eBay.
Originally Posted by bsdunek
It's just not worth bothering to reload for me, doing all that cutting and splitting etc., I really wish Kodak hadn't done what they did and instead made it so that regular old 16mm film you know movie film that is could be used, I thought about it possibly where you would be able to take a small piece of tape and cover over the exact amount of holes until you got to the next perforation that would pull that switch to tell the camera to be ready to shoot, but it all just seems like about a lot of work, The most unwilling to do is to reroll some 127 with backing paper but that's about it... After having done lots and lots of re-rolling of other film types, I'm convinced it's just not worth the time and effort for me...
But thanks for the links they are of course helpful to anyone else looking to do this sort of thing and I'm sure that someone will come across this thread and find those links very useful.
This place is awesome! Always in all of just how much great APUG knowledge there is out there.
Don't worry, I'll be using a scanner
Originally Posted by Sirius Glass