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06-11-2010, 08:00 PM   #46
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Success!

So I finally broke down & tried shooting a couple more rolls as I always had in the past (just put the film in & shoot - no cutting of the ISO tab).

Beautiful. My guess is either this camera doesn't need the compensation via cutting the tab - or - the labs are aware of the ISO discrepancy by default, and compensate. Regardless, just popping film in the Auto 110 & firing away produces amazing results!!













06-12-2010, 04:11 AM   #47
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Congratulations. Glad things have resolved themselves favorably and the 110 is up and running.

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Kevin

P. S. Thanks for posting the photos - nice to see what that little camera can do.
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Great Auto 110 shots!

Those of you here who like the Auto 110 and use one may wish to consider joining the Auto 110 user's group:

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06-12-2010, 10:54 AM   #49
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Very happy with this format.

2 questions someone might know:
  1. Where could I pickup (or how could I create) a lens cap for the 18mm lens? It was missing from the one I purchased
  2. How can the lenses be cleaned internally? Hoping this is possible - my 24mm is extremely "murky" while the 18 & 50mm lenses are both very clear.


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QuoteOriginally posted by unixrevolution Quote
Great Auto 110 shots!

Those of you here who like the Auto 110 and use one may wish to consider joining the Auto 110 user's group:

PentaxForums.com - Pentax Auto 110/Auto 110 Super Users

Just an FYI, I've arrived home from an eventful and unfortunately cut-short roadtrip to Kansas for a family reunion. My first stop on my first day heading back was Dwayne's. Very nice staff. I told them about how I found them through the forums. They were all smiles. In my haste I forgot to request that the photos be identified by the film maker/iso. Thanks for the link above I will visit it and post the results which were waiting for me (less and a week) when I returned home.
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