Load your camera with 620 or 110mm film and set out to capture life’s most memorable moments. Shoot portraits and scenery in color or black and white for a vintage feel that could never be replicated by modern day digital photography.
At Tuttle Cameras, our selection offers expertly sourced films like the 620 film and 110mm film.
First introduced in 1972, 110mm film was launched in response to consumer complaints and complications with loading and unloading film. The 110mm film represents one of the most significant improvements in film, which allowed for smaller negatives. The ease of loading 110mm film into the camera’s film compartment made it a quick success!
Today, 110mm film photography maintains its popularity due to its unique feel and grain. Capture gritty portraits with a characteristically vintage look and feel.
620 film was first produced by Kodak in 1931. At the time, many of the large film camera producers released cameras that were designed to fit 620 film spools. In 1995, Kodak discontinued the 620 film, due to the fact that the majority of professional photographers were favoring 120mm film cameras.
Despite professional photographers favoring 120mm film, many households had invested in a 620 film camera. Today, these cameras continue to circulate as collectors and vintage film photography enthusiasts seek them out to capture classic photos.
Our selection of 620 films includes hand-rolled spools by Film Photography Project. In an effort to give 620 film cameras new life, the Film Photography Project developed its own spool and hand rolls each spool with film. Dust off your 620 film camera and capture black and white photos that characterize the time period of your camera! Shop our selection online today or visit us in-store to learn more about film photography and 110mm or 620 film development.