Excerpt: This is my first toy camera... and I couldn't be happier with the camera. For the Holga, it's less about quality than creative capabilities. This is a wonderful product, simple as pie to operate and yet conducive to multiple exposures and micro-click photography. I LOVE the 120 format film, especially the black and white film I also bought from Adorama.
Excerpt: I got this on sale at Thanksgiving, and what fun it is. It brought back all the fun of anticipating the results of the shot. Take a shot and no immediate feedback... wait to finish the roll, then wait for the surprise of seeing what you got. Found out that [@] develops the film for $0.84 (that's right, 84 cents!)and I scan them into digital myself. Where else can you have this much fun for that price...?!?
Excerpt: Personally I love simple cameras like Diana and Holga. Cameras of this type are simple, with light weight and low price. With any one of them you can make wonderful pictures in any environment and you will really like it. This camera has won my heart with 120 mm film format and lovely winter design. If in addition you collect such cameras, it for you - the limited edition run.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Resolution, Lightweight, Small / Compact
Excerpt: The Holda 120N. Ahhh. Great camera to play with. What I really realy like is that it has a hot shoe on it so you can connect a flash to it. It's built from plastic so it's not going to be as durable as a digital SLR but I knew that going into the purchase. There is 2 f stops (f8 & f11) and 1 shutter speed of 1/100th of a second. The camera is not complicated at all and is fully manual.
Excerpt: I purchased this camera as a gift for someone and they loved it. It is the perfect inexpensive camera to have some fun with. You never quite know what you're going to get when you take a photo with this camera, and to me that's the appeal. You can also get some really fun, artistic shots with it. The main bad thing is ordering the special film and getting it developed.