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Film Friday: Lomography brings back the Fisheye Baby 110 camera

The film photography aficionados over at Lomography have re-released the company’s Fisheye Baby 110 Camera. This pocket-sized camera captures circular fisheye photographs on 110 film and while it might be small in size, it’s not short of features.

Yes, that’s a PC sync port.

Despite looking like something you’d find in a cereal box in the 80s and 90s, this ultra-compact camera can create circular fisheye photographs with a 170-degree field-of-view thanks to its 10mm F8 fisheye lens. Not only that, the camera also features a PC sync port as well as a bulb mode if the 1/100 second shutter speed doesn’t fit your needs.

As visible from the sample photographs above, quality isn’t exactly a core tenet of this camera’s philosophy. Instead, Lomography’s goal is to, as always, inspire experimentation and to simply enjoy the wacky possibilities film photography offers, light leaks, flares and all.

As its name suggests, the Fisheye Baby 110 uses 110 film cartridges, which are still available from various manufacturers, including Lomography itself.

The Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 comes in two colorways: Bauhaus Edition, which is Blue, Red, Yellow and black, as well as Metal Black. It’s available to purchase for $34.90 through Lomography’s online shop.