I'd forgotten that! (Disc probably was the one best forgotten.... )
There were some very good cameras for APS made by some of the big makers, but the system was introduced too late, some features were never developed or used, and, with special processing equipment being needed, it was all too complicated compared with 35mm.
Whereas disc really had no redeeming features whatsoever!
I also never actually bought any 110!
Last edited by railwayman3; 01-05-2011 at 06:45 AM. Click to view previous post history.
I bought a fair amount of 110, lots of 126 (still shoot some) loved Verichrome Pan in that size, never shot disc or APS. Mostly shot 35mm over the years though 120 is picking up. T-Max is the only Kodak I've ever shot in 120.