Lomography has announced its latest 110 film camera, which comes in the form of Fisheye Baby 110. The Fisheye Baby 110 has been made highly pocketable and it suits those who wanna get back to analog photography; while at the same time maintains the small and compact size of most digital cameras.
The Fisheye Baby 110 uses 110 film and it’s got a 170-degree plastic fisheye lens. Two versions are available – a Basic and Metal. The Metal comes with additional gears including a PC flash adaptor, an f/8 aperture, 1/100 shutter or bulb mode, built-in view finder and multiple exposure capability.
The basic and metal versions are priced at $39 and $59 respectively. Of course, you have to bear additional cost of getting the 110 film, which will usually cost $7.90 per 24-exposure cartridge. A clip is included below showing the Fisheye Baby 110 in action.