52 Cameras: Week 36 part 2 — Minolta 110 Zoom MkII

Got my film back early so I’ll post a little early. Processing and scanning by thedarkroom.com. No one processes C-41 110 film locally.

Not bad. Their prices start at $10. There’s a $3.00 premium for 110 or APS film and another $5.00 for higher-resolution scans. $5.95 covers shipping both directions. They’ll even have a go at old C-22 film so I’ll probably use them again.

I’m lucky. I have The Camera Shop Of Santa Fe, Visions Photo Lab, and my local Walgreens still does C-41 35mm processing.

I scaled these to 1024 on the longest side thinking I’d need a lot of noise reduction (still using the trial of Neat Image) but a little dust cleanup is all they needed.

Another one.  The crazy colors and shapes of Mexican folk art are great.

Another one. The crazy colors and shapes of Mexican folk art are great.

Testing the macro.

Testing the macro.

Bee in springtime.

Bee in springtime.

This really is too good a camera for 110 film. Even with my limited skills and the tiny negatives I’m really happy with the results.