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05-12-2008, 12:51 PM   #1
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Pentax Auto 110 (smallest SLR collector item)

I have this for sale on marketplace.

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/photographer-s-marketplace/27283-pentax-a...ctor-item.html


QuoteOriginally posted by hinman Quote
Pentax Auto 110 ($100 + actual shipping)



A complete set
lens include 18mm, 24mm and 50mm


world's smallest SLR
Auto 110 meets Pentax K100D


Auto 110 meets SuperProgram


Pentax Auto 110

Conditioins:
  • All functional as far as I know
  • New set of battery
  • Lens include 18mm, 24mm, 50mm
  • Lens cap in 50mm missing
  • Winder cover needs taped

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wait... so.. this DOESNT use 35mm film?
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Just curious...what do they call this lens mounting?

I wouldn't mind owing it, but its like turning down the 645. It would open another dimension to my LBA. So I pass. Good luck to both seller and buyer!
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wait... so.. this DOESNT use 35mm film?
It is not 35mm film, it is called 110 film that share the same C-41 process on film development, maybe small medium format perhaps. And you can still get films from Walgreen store and I see occasionally in Walmart



Kodah 110 film in the picture with 200 speed





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Just curious...what do they call this lens mounting?

I wouldn't mind owing it, but its like turning down the 645. It would open another dimension to my LBA. So I pass. Good luck to both seller and buyer!
I don't think I get any LBA from this camera as it is a complete set already with 18mm, 24mm and 50mm. The only thing that is left is a zoom for 20-60mm which is equivalent to 40mm to 120mm in 35mm terms. The lens size is that of a quarter, very cute thing but I am on a road map to painfully trim my gear.
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They are neat cameras. Have two. Put a roll in one the other day. Haven't shot film in a while. Such an amazing little camera. If I didn't have two already I would pick it up.
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They are neat cameras. Have two. Put a roll in one the other day. Haven't shot film in a while. Such an amazing little camera. If I didn't have two already I would pick it up.
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Thanks for the kind words. I am still looking for a buyer. I lowered down to $100 + actual shipping and not much interest is in. And here are some collected film information:

Some links on film information:
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film easy to get

Just bought 5 rolls of Kodak 110 print film at Walmart. Expiration date is 2 2010. Must have just arrived. The film is still easy to get in a small town of 34,000 people.
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Just bought 5 rolls of Kodak 110 print film at Walmart. Expiration date is 2 2010. Must have just arrived. The film is still easy to get in a small town of 34,000 people.
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Thanks for the sharing. I will forward this info to Nathan Combs and my camera is on its way to Nathan. And I will miss this little camera, it is indeed the cutest camera in my gear but I set out to cut my infrequently used gear and put a focus back in photography learning.

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