The Superheadz Ikimono Flash 110 is a cute little camera. It’s too bad that the film advance on mine often fails to stop at the next frame and cock the shutter. It’s not uncommon for me to lose one or two frames each time I advance the film.
I don’t think this photograph would be as interesting without the couple in the foreground enjoying the view.
Here are a few more photos from the family farm. New Zealand farms are often very hilly making them best for dairy farming or raising sheep. This one even has an apple orchard.
Here are more photos I shot along the Bow River and Memorial Drive while out walking with Sarah, albeit on a different day. That being said, they were taken with the same camera: my mom’s old Kodak Ektralite 500.
I recently picked up the Diana Baby 110 from Lomography. Since I already own and love the Diana F+ and the Diana Mini, I had high hopes for this camera. The Diana Baby 110 is a delightful little camera, but sadly the resulting photos were a disappointment. Most of the roll turned out as complete […]
These were shot using my Ikimono Flash 110 camera by Superheadz. Sadly, this camera has a significant flaw. It often fails to stop on the next frame when advancing frames after a shot thereby skipping frames and wasting film.
These were shot using the FPP’s new Fukkatsu B&W 100 film for 110 cameras! The scratches are on the negative and I suspect it happened in camera.
I hiked around Fish Creek Park one day testing some expired film. These were my results with a 110 roll of Agfa XRG 200 film.
Sarah and I took a walk along the Bow River one day and these are a few of the shots I took with my Kodak Ektralite 500.
These were shot at Coyote Flats with a Kodak Ektralite 500. When I was helping my mom move back in 2016, I came across her old 110 film camera. Curious to see if the camera still worked, I asked my mom if I could have it and she gave it to me along with an […]