I picked up a 110 film camera after seeing that lomography produces film for 110.
The Fujica Pocket 200F was produced in 1977 and features a 29mm fixed focus lens at f11, and a mechanical shutter speed of 1/60. There are no exposure controls.
These negatives are tiny, about half the size of 35mm.
Overall, it was a fun camera to shoot! Since there are no exposure controls I just pointed and took the photo, hoping for the best, with mixed results :).
Some of the shots came out nice, and it was fun to get the contrasty, super grainy look. It made me want to go back to shooting more film - and that's aways a good thing!
Check out some other 110 cameras at the Sub Club.