I got a few rolls of the new Lomography Orca Black and White 110 film. 110 film is an old Kodak film format that was introduced in 1972. It is a smaller version of Kodak's earlier version of 126 film. An original 126 film cartridge is shown sitting behind the new Lomography 110 film cartridge in the first photo above. The film comes in plastic cartridges, and was designed for ease of use. Loading the film is much easier than 35mm or 120 films. the cartridge is dropped into the camera, wound and ready to go. When done, there is no need to rewind the film. The cartridge is simply removed from the camera and taken to the photo lab.
I have 2 old 110 format cameras I picked up for $2-4 at my local thrift stores. One is a Kodak Ektra 200, and the other is a Tinica miniature 110 format camera. I'll be shooting with both of them over the week, and will process the film myself.