While some people thought that film was dead, Lomography continues to revive film cameras for a new generation. Lomo cameras create images that are full of color and feeling, a bit like an analog version of Instagram.
The new Fisheye Baby 110 is pocket-sized and allows users to snap bubbly fisheye photos easily. The metal version of the camera has a PC socket that will allow the triggering of a flash. The lens has a 170° vertical angle of view, providing a wide view of your subject. Shutter speeds are 1/100 or bulb and the aperture is f/8, implying that low light photos might not turn out so great unless you’re using the flash.
The regular version sells for $39 while the metal version sells for $59 from Lomography.