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    Quote Originally Posted by donbga
    Well damn - I'm real impressed! Were these print scans or film scans?

    I think they're scans of prints - not 100% sure. A set of about 15 were printed at about 7x5 for an exhibition, and I think those were scanned from those prints. We have scanned some 110 negs (they go in the 35mm film scanner no problem ;-)), but I don't think these were scanned.

    I think they were shot on hp5 (though a couple might be delta 3200).

    Minolta make a 35mm enlarger lens, and I bodged a carrier together for the durst 601. However we've now got a 5x4 enlarger (well two actually!), and irronically it's easier to get real 110 carriers for the bigger enlarger.

    And of course don't forget the ultimate 110 accsessory - the Kodak Pocket Carosell 110 slide projector! You can pick them up dirst cheap, but I've no idea where to find 110 slide holders (as opposed to full size holders with 110 size holes). The results are remarkably sharp.

    Ian

    p.s. re exposure control on the 110 - you can lock the exposure at (I think) something like 60th 2.8 or 120th f/4 by attatching the flash, and turning it on WITHOUT BATTERIES. The camera thinks it's in flash mode so disables it's auto features. Also the super model has 1 stop exposure compenstation. For more control check out the Minolta mk2 zoom - not as cute, absolutly huge, and no interchangable lenses, but you do get aperture priority, more exposure compensation, and a zoom lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donbga
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    How much $$$. Just curious.

    Don Bryant
    $39 shipped.

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    if you drop the film off at a walmart / sam's club, they ship to fujilabs.
    that is where i get all my 110 processed - costs something like 1.79 for double prints.

    whenever we visit family overseas the 110 is the camera i use the most. i think last time i has about 30rolls processed. the shutter is very good, and slow handheld exposures are a piece of cake. i wouldn't have thought so, but the shots i took of "the black door" (roman ruin ) in besancon, france came out better with that camera than with a yashica t4

    have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr
    $39 shipped.

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    Man what a steal!

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    I have two Pentax 110s. In the last Toy Camera Print Exchange, I sent a pic taken from that camera.

    I have several lenses - 18mm, 24mm, 50mm, 70mm and the 20-40mm Zoom - several filters and all the accessories including a Pentax 110 aluminium case to carry everything.

    My friends call it my spy camera. The zoom lens is neat!

    It's definitely worth the buy and THAT price you paid, that is a steal. You will enjoy it. Take pics and post some of them when you get them processed.

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    Well heck. The camera got here, but had significant problems. Battery corrosion and/or water damage ruined the camera, flash, and motor drive. Only the lenses were useable. I contacted the seller and she graciously agreed to accept a return.

    Oh well.

    Chris

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    The old saying "when it's too good to be true..."

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    Save a few dollars, and buy a Pentax K1000.

    Only camera I ever regretted selling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffD
    Save a few dollars, and buy a Pentax K1000.
    Only camera I ever regretted selling....
    I had one, it was my first SLR (nearly 20 years ago).

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffD
    Save a few dollars, and buy a Pentax K1000.

    Only camera I ever regretted selling....
    It was the only camera I ever regretted buying! Bought mine new thinking that I could live without a meter switch and DoF preview that I was used to on a Spotmatic, but it was not to be. Traded it in for a KX which I still have twenty years later.

    Steve

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