Bondi sunset

November 11, 2008


Bondi April 2008

126 film was the original Instamatic format. Introduced by Kodak in 1964 it was the first film to come in a plastic cartridge, a safety measure due to the large numbers of consumers who were accidentally fogging their film. 126 was popular in the ’60s but started to fade in the ’70s, losing sales to newer formats such as 110. It was discontinued by Kodak in 1999. The last manufactuer was Ferrania of Italy. Their most recent batch was made a few years ago & it’s unknown if there will be another production run. This stock was Solaris ISO 200 exposed in a Minolta Autopak 700.


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