Color negative film is the kind of film usually found in convenience stores. It uses C-41 chemicals for processing, and you get negatives and prints from it when processed normally. Continue reading Difference Between Negative And Slide Film?
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Ready for a unique slide film experience? Then you’ll love the new Lomography Sunset Strip 35mm Slide Film! It’s specially tinted to give your cross-processed shots a fresh, distinct effect. Continue reading Introducing The New Lomography Sunset Strip 35mm Slide Film
Now, drop your film rolls in any of The Click Shop outlet, we’ll take care of the processing and you can see your precious photos whitin 7 days! Continue reading Film Processing Service Available @TCS!
Introduced in 1972 by Eastman Kodak, the 110 cartridge film format was a huge success for amateur photographers in the United States, England and beyond. Following the equally popular 126 cartridge format (launched in 1963), the 110 film was only 16mm in width allowing cameras to be much smaller, launching Kodak’s “Pocket Instamatic” campaign. Continue reading Intro: 110 Film Photography
Have you seen a real camera as small as a keychain? The newest camera created by Superheadz is tine enough to be mistaken as a simple keychain. Continue reading Superheadz – The Ikimono Series 110 Camera
We’re bringing 110 photography back to life with a bang! The Fisheye Baby 110 Metal is packed with fabulous features such as 170-degree lens and multiple and long exposure capabilities. This fully-working miniature version of the Fisheye No. 2 also features a PC flash adaptor so you can light up your shots! Continue reading Fisheye Baby 110 Metal