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    I sell 110 film at my shop--color neg. PM me if you want some.
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    Try Goat Hill Film Supply: http://www.subclub.org/sponsors/goathil3.htm You can buy strips of 16mm film ready to use. Also, NOS is available at The Frugal Photographer: http://www.frugalphotographer.com/ I just ordered 10 cartridges of Agfa from them. They don't seem to have any B&W though. You would have to reload for that.
    You can notch the cassett for use in the Pentax so it advances properly.

    Also check out Blue Moon: http://www.bluemooncamera.com/invent...500&deptID=543
    and resources for the 110 user: http://home.comcast.net/~youngds/110...sources110.htm

    I still like my Minolta 110 Zoom and my Minox B, so I keep searching out this stuff.
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    I'm sorry to disagree, but unless the interior lever is able to engage with the perforation the advance isn't halted and the shutter isn't set. so you end up winding through a whole roll of film with out being able to fire the shutter. I can't believe that this characteristic is unique to my camera only. Thats why I think the perforations are necessary for film that you want to use in a Pentax 110

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    Oh 110 film, how I miss you, we grew up together in my mother's Minolta 110 pocket camera. I will expose you once again someday.

    Also there is plenty of expired 110 on that auction site, which is what it was designed for originally.....obscure hard to find stuff.

    Crap....I want some now, found a cheap Minolta 110 SLR....where would you get this stuff developed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jostie View Post
    I'm sorry to disagree, but unless the interior lever is able to engage with the perforation the advance isn't halted and the shutter isn't set. so you end up winding through a whole roll of film with out being able to fire the shutter. I can't believe that this characteristic is unique to my camera only. Thats why I think the perforations are necessary for film that you want to use in a Pentax 110
    Depends if you have a "Type A" or a "Type B" camera. See http://www.subclub.org/darkroom/roll110.htm

    The Pentax and Minolta 110 cameras are Type A and don't need perforations. I think the Minox is also a Type A. You may have a Type B, which does need perforations.

    Just FYI.
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    Another point of interest - Adox may soon have B&W 110 available. http://www.adox.de/english/ADOX%20Fi...ge9/page9.html

    I would welcome this. It sounds like they are committed, but can only do things so fast, depending on the finances available, and this certainly wouldn't be a high profit product.
    Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by j-dogg View Post
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    Crap....I want some now, found a cheap Minolta 110 SLR....where would you get this stuff developed?
    Good morning;

    Yes, the Minolta 110 SLR Zoom camera really is nice. I like mine.

    For Black and White film, I have been doing my own. I have not yet found a Nikor 16mm reel yet, but now I have two plastic reels that adjust down to 16mm.

    Color is a bit of a challenge. I cannot remember the name of the company in Colorado that does old film processing, C-14 and similar, but they also do still have 110 cartridge machines they are willing to run. The only disadvantage is that you are really paying for custom processing now, so there is a noticeable cost.
    Enjoy;

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    once in a while you can find an photoshop dumping their stock on ebay .
    i bought a huge box of 110 film that way, ... and a few months ago a slitter through goathill ..
    its for 35mm ... and cuts perfectly ...

    if anyone is interested i wouldn't mind selling it .....i am such a clutz i have trouble doing that sort of thing ...
    (i've used it 3x )

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    C-41 Processing is done at Bison Photo: http://www.bisonphoto.com/ - Dewaynes Photo : http://www.dwaynesphoto.com/newsite2...rocessing.html and Old Film Processing: http://oldfilmprocessing.com/ just to name a few.
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    C-41 is easy to do yourself so if you have plastic reels for 110 then don't think you are stuck with B&W only.
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