Last week I was invited by Lomography Singapore for a launch party — in fact, they were having a baby bash to welcome the Fisheye Baby!
Just look at the adorable family portrait of fisheye momma and her new babies, how cute is that?
To celebrate the new Lomography Orca 110 B&W film, Lomography is introducing their first 110 format camera. What’s so unique about the 110 format is that the film is housed in a separate cartridge, which is why the camera body can be so much smaller.
And this is how it looks like up-close. The camera is so tiny that my fingers look impossibly huge holding it.
Fisheye Baby comes in two models: Basic (SGD68) and Metal (SGD95) — the only difference is Metal comes with a PC flash connector. Otherwise, they’re just as capable as Fisheye 2.
I got myself a Fisheye 110 Metal, and I can’t wait to bring it out. So if you’re interested, head over to Lomography Singapore to check them out!