110 film, a film format used in cameras that were popular in the 1970s and 1980s. It was a small, easy-to-use format that was well-suited to the point-and-shoot cameras that were popular at the time. The film was contained in a cartridge that was easy to load and unload, and it was small enough to fit in a pocket or purse. The film itself was a type of roll film that was 11 millimeters wide and came in a variety of different exposures and speeds. Because it was so popular, a wide range of cameras were made to use this type of film, including simple, low-cost models as well as more advanced, feature-rich cameras.