Hey, Broadway revives enough crap to choke Godzilla....why not this unobtrusive film format?!?!?
New and exciting 110 emulsions are flooding the market! But the big question is, "How do I get my Pocket Instamatic photos on this new-fangled Inter-web thing?"
I'm glad you asked! You can use the age old, "tape the film strip to the glass scanner bed" method and scan away, but these scans tend to wash out due to the light leaking around the image. With a negative that small, you will want to squeeze as much quality out of them as possible. There are also many companies that will scan them for a hefty mark up, but here we'll try for world class scans on a budget.
In this Instructable, we'll build a 110 film format mask for an Epson Perfection 4490. The same concept will work for just about any flatbed film scanner.
[Update] I used this same technique for APS film. See the last step.
Step 1: Stuff You Will Need
1. Black poster board.
2. Razor knife or exacto knife.
4. Stiff ruler (metal is great).
5. Black gaffers tape.
6. White glue.
7. White plastic yogurt container.
8. An original negative holder that came with your scanner.
9. About an hour or so of time.