Lomography Metropolis - 110 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Martyn W. (City of Westminster, GB)
Superb in 110 cameras

I find the great latitude of the film works in simple 110 cameras, the examples here are from a no frills Agfa, waiting to see what results I have from a Kodak 60 after getting over the search for a K battery!

John F. (Hounslow, GB)
Handles shadow and highlights OK

Here's a shot of garden 'work-in-progress' taken with a Minolta 460TX with a good range of shadow and highlight (no post-processing)

Stevie B. (Stafford, GB)

I don't have the best 110 film camera, let's get that out of the way, but I've had it since I was seven and was intrigued to see if it still worked. Thought I'd give this film a whirl. It's interesting. It's kind of washed out and muted, there's grain, it looks old. But I can't tell how much of that is the camera and how much is the film. I included a picture of rainbow flags to give an idea of colour reproduction.

Alexander S. (Morden, GB)
Excellent choice when trying out 110

Given I've yet to find an affordable choice for shooting B&W 110, Metropolis is by far the cheapest option I've found for shooting my 110 waterproof camera and well, it performs extremely well, really my only notes are that the high contrast of the filmstock may not meld well with the high power flashes of older 110 cameras (like my Weathermatic A)

d. (Reigate, GB)
Not everyone's a cup of tea

The fresh stock of 110 format is very limited and being delighted with the result with the Lomo Tiger I tried this one , well , it's not for me .

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