The Holga 120 PC Pinhole Camera is tons of fun. This lens-less camera has a tiny pinhole in the front and is operated by pressing the shutter release, holding it open for however long you choose and making long exposures. No focus decisions at all!
Make long exposures at night (several hours) or short ones (1 second) but you must make the decision about how long to keep the lens open. Mount the camera on a tripod and shoot!
Black Holga 120 PC Pinhole Camera - Left Top Angle
Because of its ability to deliver extensive depth-of-field, the foreground and background will almost always be in focus. Images will be soft with a dreamy, reverie quality about them. Because it uses larger film (120 format), images will be sharper than traditional Holga 35mm pictures.
Pinhole Image System
Every exposure is long (2 seconds to 30 minutes or longer)Uncoupled Advance and Shutter
Shoot one frame and advance or leave it alone and shoot multiple images on the same frame
Shoot part of a frame as well - advance film partially Standard Tripod & Thread
Fit a tripod on the bottom for long exposures
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Accepts 120 film ONLY
All 120 medium format film (color
negative, slide, b&w)
Not Applicable; Absolutely
focus-free; Approximate aperture: f/192
"B" setting (shutter stays open for as
long as you press the button)
Standard "press" type release
No information displayed
Manual advance; Single-action lever;
Wind to next frame
Achieved by not advancing film to next
1/4 x 20
6 x 3.75 x 3" (15 x 8.5 x 77.5cm)
Holga Manual with tips on using, maintaining and customizing your Holga
6 x 6cm format Plastic mask
Photo Taken on World Pinhole Day.
Taken by snapcracklepop with a Holga 120PC loaded with Lomography B&W 100 film
in Andover, United States.
Read more at Lomography.com
The Holga 120WPC Pinhole Panoramic - Review
Well, I shot my first roll of Ektar 120 earlier this week, and developed it last night with my Nova Darkroom Pro-Speed 41 C-41 Press Kit. The results were fantastic. I cant wait to shoot more with this little (actually, its pretty wide, heh) baby.
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