Lomography has brought back its 10-year-old Lomography Fisheye Baby 110. In addition to the sleek black and silver metallic design of the original Metal Black model, the maker of lo-fi cameras also introduced a new, colorful Bauhaus edition. The combination of orange for the fisheye viewfinder, blue body, and yellow lens ring makes the already super adorable analog snapper even more adorable.
The Fisheye Baby 110 is pretty much the same Fisheye Baby 110 introduced a decade ago. This means it packs many features of its larger sibling including the classic fisheye 170° view, multiple and long exposure capability, and bulb setting. Also like it had ten years ago, it does not have a built-in flash or hot shoe. Instead, it has a PC flash adaptor to light up indoor or low-light shots.
As before it shoots on the cute and super compact 110 films. Lomography is currently the sole producer of the 100 film format, btw, and “offers all kinds of film for full flexibility on any Lomographic adventure – in cartridge format.” So, yeah, the 110 is in an easy-to-handle cartridge form that can be switched halfway through a roll, sacrificing only one shot.
Other tech details include a 10 mm focal length, f8 aperture, 1/100 shutter speed, NO ISO adjustment (obviously), NO tripod and NO cable release, and NO battery needed.
All images courtesy of Lomography.