Still retaining all of those fabulous and unique features that make the Holga world famous, the Holga 120FN takes Holga photography to the next level. It is a fun way to enter the world of medium format, and can yield very interesting results. Its fixed-focus 60mm f/8 lens is perfect for creating the pictures Holgas are known for; soft and dreamy, with a slightly wide perspective and a distinct vignetting at the corners of the image.
Black Holga 120FN Medium Format Camera - Left Angle
This version of the Holga includes a built-in flash, which allows you to add some light to images where needed for more creative control. You'll only need 2 'AA' batteries; the shutter is fully mechanical. A window on the back allows you to read the paper on the 120 film, so that you can have 12 6x6cm square images per roll or 16 6x4.5cm vertical images per roll.
• Simple, popular experimental medium format film camera
• Distinct images with dream-like, vignetted look
• Built-in flash
• The format arrow on the back of the camera easily slides between 12 and 16 exposures
• Mostly plastic, including the lens; extremely small and compact one-piece plastic molded body
• Two "AA" batteries required
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Medium Format Viewfinder Fixed Focus
Camera with Built-in Lens and Flash
Accepts 120 mm film ONLY; 6x6 = 12
exposures; 6x4.5 = 15 exposures
All type 120 mm film (Does not accept
220 film); e.g. Kodak Tri-X 120
Not applicable - fixed lens; Single
element 60mm wide angle lens; Min. focusing
1/100 sec shutter speed; 2 f-stops, f8
On camera body
Built-in flash; Does not have flash shoe
No information displayed
Wind to next frame
Possible by not winding between shots
Zone focus system
"Two "AA" type (not included)
1/4" x 20
Features "Bulb" exposure
• Holga 120FN Medium Format Camera
• 6x6cm and 6x4.5cm Adapters
• Neck strap
I've been shooting with the Holga for more than 10 years. My first experience with the camera was at Rhode Island School of Design where I graduated in 1995.
At first it was something fun to do, then I started using it for more important personal projects.
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