(Not this one specifically because I don't have it anymore)
• Manufactured by Kodak from 1978-1994
• Film Type: 110mm Cartridges
• Original selling price was $38.00
Focusing distance: from 1,50m to infinity
• Shutter speed: The manual says the camera can figure out what type is loaded and changes the speed accordingly... 1/210 sec for ISO 200 and more, 1/125 sec for ISO lower than 125
• Flash requires two AA batteries and has a range of 4.5meters 1/1000sec. Recovery time takes 7seconds.
The 110 film was discontinued for a while. However, it's made a slight resurgeance. Believe it or not, film is now available again and it can be processed!
I was so thrilled to receive a camera for Christmas that year. I remember going through a roll of film in no time. My parents cautioned me about using it all up and then I wouldn't have any left. Gotta remember they were still using the Polaroid 210 with only 10 photo ops.
I still didn't know much about photography back then, but I sure did enjoy snapping photographs. I still have the photographs I took during those years.
My First Car - '73 Grand Prix
My Sister - 1983
(Don't ask me what she was doing!)
My Dad - 1984
(He could sleep through anything.
Even his kids adding props to the photo... Hee Hee)
Grandpa and Grandkids - 1982
This is one of my favorite photos.
Obviously, someone else took it with my 110
because I am in the pic.
Sadly, most of the photos taken with my 110 are darkening and seem to be in various stages of deterioration despite being kept in archival quality photo pages.