wow. is there really a market?
I would love to have some B&W. Fine grain is nice but I would like to have something faster than CMS 20. Most of my 110 cameras need a film speed of at least 100 to be useful. Even my Pentax 110 needs film that fast to be useful and it is among the best 110 cameras ever made.
I wouldn't think that there would be a market for 110 film anymore, but I could be interested if some were avaliable.
Being in German I translated the webpage with the Google Translate thingy.
Interesting it is not just for cameras......
The Pocket format was very popular in the 70s and 80s, as the cameras and thus compatible with the older ladies handbags are small.
My German is rather poor but here is what I think I read.
If I get this wrong and someone knows German better than me please correct what I am about to write.
Film is not ready now but may be sometime in 2010.
It will be hand spooled, so price per roll will be about $6 to $7.
They do not have proper paper backing so no frame numbers will be visible in the camera windows.
Is there any out there now for sale? I thought Walgreens or Walmart might have some. But if there isn't any, I do have a Rollei compact and a sweet Canon that would enjoy some exercise.
Now, speaking to developing, who's got reels, neg carriers or neg carriers for scanning hanging around.
P.S. English link at bottom but apparently it doesn't cover the 110 film. Still some info on the CMS20 film with pics. Sounds interesting. http://www.adox.de/english/ADOX%20Fi...CMS_Films.html
Btw, Here's a link to Fotoimpex apparently selling 110 film 200 ASA. Whoever reads German let us know.
I would absolutly love to be able to shoot 110 again. I have a couple of cheap 110 cameras but they are a pure pleasure to shoot with! The results are quite interesting!
It would be really awesome if they did 126 and 127 too :D