Excerpt: I already have a Holga camera I bought ages ago. But when I heard that the Holga factory was closing down, I wanted to buy one with a flash. This Holga with a flash that has blue, yellow, and red filters you can place in front allows a lot of creative uses.
Excerpt: 120 CFN is the third type of Holga that I bought last year. All of them I bought from B&H.All of them are unique. When I had the first one and started shooting I fall in love with this plastic camera.
Excerpt: I have developed around 6 rolls of film with my Holga 120N. Unfortunately many of the photos were under developed. They were my fault, but with all(?) Holgas having f/13ish, 1/125 seconds, you need a lot of light to get properly exposed pictures.
Excerpt: Had fairly low expectations - given the dodgy quality of the construction - but hey it's great. Great meaning inconsistent and unpredictable - but that's why you buy a camera like this. Love the format - sort of whet's your appetite for a Mamiya 7!
Excerpt: When I first got the camera I had no idea how to use it so I read through the manual and had no problem after that. The instructions were very clear. It's a light weight camera so it doesn't weigh down my backpack or purse.