B&W Orca 110 ISO 100
B&W Orca 110 ISO 100
- You’ll have a whale of a time
- Low light sensitivity of ISO 100
- Gorgeously grainy, especially when enlarged
- Great for mini, monochrome mementos
- We are the only people in the market producing 110 film!
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Minimum sale quantity: 3
Small but mighty, this miniature format may be small in stature but it packs a boatload of black and white brilliance into every frame.
Use this film with any 110 camera on earth. We recommend our Diana Baby and Fisheye Baby 110 cameras!
Orca by name, Orca by nature – expect bright whites and deep blacks from this powerful pocket film – its top of the 110 food chain.
Keep it simple. 110 format film is both perfectly palm-sized and easy to use – the undisputed go-to for all the fuss-free photographers out there.
Silver slithers – Orca renders metallic finishes rarely achieved with regular monochromatic films for photos that shimmer and shine.
Choose 110 format for cute, pocket-sized film that produces saturated little snaps.
Lomography Film Guide including development info, storage instructions and shooting tips to help you achieve great results.
Chasing silhouettes – Orca lends itself to backlight composition, framing your subject in stark contrast for eye-catching shots.
Easy to develop both in the lab or at home with the standard black and white process.
Even with a tiny negative, this ISO 100 film produces pleasing results – seriously. Grain is obvious in high-contrast situations; however, the film provides a nice range of mid-tones.— Emulsive
110 film offers a more user-friendly experience than 35 mm: The cartridges can only be inserted one way, so they’re easier to load. And the design consists of two light-proof containers, one for the unexposed bit of the roll, the other for the exposed portion. This means there’s no need to rewind the roll at the end.— DPReview
The film itself is quite good. Fine grain, sharp, good contrast, nice grays, good latitude.Blue Moon Camera
Just like the mighty Orca whale, this black and white film delivers killer results. Due to its low light sensitivity of ISO 100, this marvelous miniature format film likes it best under sunny conditions. If in doubt, we recommend shooting with the flash on – even when shooting outdoors – that extra shot of light will help you fill in the shadows and capture the details. Getting great black and white shots has never been so easy so dive right in!
Lomography black and white films are known for their cinematic charm, sophisticated tonal spectrum and stunning sharpness. Choose B&W Orca 110 ISO 100 for a glamorous array of gray tones with signature silver shades on the most miniature format around.
Black and White film is perfect for self-development at home – check out the Orca Film Guide for more information.
You can use any B&W Film Developer with this film, it’s perfect for experimentation and delivers versatile results. If the specific developing time you are looking for is not provided in our Film Guide then we suggest you use the standard developing time and dilution stated on the developer instructions. Just remember that using the standard developer times is always a bit of an experiment – but hey, that’s half the fun.
- One roll of B&W Orca 110 ISO 100 film