- Oct 6, 2004
- Multi Format
What has your experience been with this format? My only time with it was a Fuji disposable I took to London, where I got nice panoramas of the Thames.
fotophox said:What has your experience been with this format? My only time with it was a Fuji disposable I took to London, where I got nice panoramas of the Thames.
Robert Hall said:Hey, watch what you say about 110 mister!
GaussianNoise said:I wound up shooting a couple of disposable APS cameras by mistake once....pretty interesting...how does one get the film out of the little casette?
127 said:Any one who diss'es 110 has to answer to my girlfriend (A fight you don't want to get into ;-)). She uses a Pentax 110 for a lot of her art stuff - extreme close ups, and lots of grain. Lovely cameras. The Rollei A110 is pretty cool too.
Flotsam said:My Konica Qscan Came with an APS scanning carrier. I only tried it once when someone gave me a roll that they had shot. It really was a convenient way to handle film but I was never interested in buying a camera.
It is funny to think of how many small film formats have come and gone since 35mm was first put in a still camera.
sensanjay said:Why did the APS technology/format not work out, in your opinion?
I have a friend who bought a Canon APS camera in 2000, and I was expecting the format to be popular among snap-shooters because of the convenience of loading/unloading, and the choice of formats (regular, panorama, etc.) at the flip of a switch.
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