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Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (Black) with 120 Film Bundle

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Classic Toy Camera 60mm f/8 Plastic Lens Zone Focusing System Shutter Speeds: 1/100 sec. and Bulb Includes: Ilford HP5 Plus Black and White Negative Film (120 Roll Film)

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Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (Black) with 120 Film Bundle

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Specification: Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (Black) with 120 Film Bundle

Product Dimensions

7.2 x 4.9 x 5.3 inches

Item Weight

10.4 ounces

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B00YSSHTC2

Item model number

120N

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Best Sellers Rank

#8,334 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3 in Medium & Large Format Film Cameras

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

June 3, 2015

Manufacturer

Holga

10 reviews for Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (Black) with 120 Film Bundle

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  1. Betty Blanton

    Fun little camera. It’s a paradox because it’s incredibly easy to use but hard to get good photos. I already had the 35mm holga and wanted to try shooting 120. There’s really not much point in reviewing it because its faults are what make it what it is. I take it everywhere with me.A small piece of advice, order film from b&h. It’s about 4 bucks cheaper than everywhere else (including Amazon).

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I absolutely love this little camera! It takes really unique images. You don’t have a lot of control, but that is the fun and excitement of it. Getting the film back is always exciting, who knows what you will get! It weighs next to nothing and feels like a toy, but takes great images!

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  3. M. Hollowell

    Takes great pictures with that super saturated look you want from lomography. Love it.

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  4. Jenni

    It looks exactly like what is shown and the description is accurate. Easy to set up. This is my first film camera, so I don’t know much about the camera itself, but for anyone like me who isn’t sure if this is the right one to buy, I will tell you that you can’t do much better for the price. I have yet to develop my first photos with it but so far it is a lot of fun to use and pretty simple!

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  5. Will Olliff

    This thing is about as low tech as you can get. Focusing is pretty much guess work. When it comes to exposure, you have basically two settings: sunny and shade/cloudy. It’s very easy to accidentally double expose your film since there’s no catch preventing it, you just manually advance it. It’s all plastic and the back panel is held on by a two metal sliders so there’s a chance of getting light leak. But all of that is probably the reason you’re considering this camera to begin with. It’s got a very distinct look/personality to it. I do like the film that came with it. That’s what was used for the attached images. I will say though, that the numbering on the film was sometimes difficult to read through the red window on the back of the camera and I sometimes had to squint in order to see it. There are other films out there that have larger, thicker numbering that’s easier to read but I do like the images from this film better.

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  6. Keziah

    Haven’t developed my film yet, but a lot of videos on the Holga 120N say to expect less light leaks than the original Holga because of some adjustment so that’s good! (I still taped up the back film view to avoid anymore tho).Other than the (expected) light leaks, this camera is exactly as pictured! A cheap but durable camera to capture point and shoot films.I would suggest watching videos on how to operate and what to expect because that helped me the most! (The general consensus is that it’s a great starter film camera used by a lot of artists to focus on composition rather than quality lol)

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  7. C. F.

    Item condition was as described, and delivered quickly.This is an update. I bought this camera for my wife to play around with. When I went to use it I discovered that the shutter doesn’t work. Once you press the shutter lever, it stays open until you let go.I have already thrown away the packaging, so there’s no returning it.I’m changing my rating from one star to five. I found an online forum that discussed this very problem, so I was able to repair the camera. Working like a champ now.

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  8. R. Wright

    Got this for my 22-year-old son, who had read up on these and wanted it for the unique photos that come out. When I give it high marks for picture quality, there is a caveat: it takes quirky light altered photos that are due to the cheap nature of the materials used for the camera – do not expect standard photos from this camera! I would recommend you read up on these. There is a big following based on their quirky nature. It is just what my son wanted and he is very happy with the purchase.Oh one more thing as a caution. These take a very unusual size of film. You may want to ensure you have someone around that develops it. I believe Walmart does in some stored, but not others. That is not a deterrent on the camera itself, just something you need to consider.

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  9. Rick S.

    Kinda strange to give a Holga a top rating, but it’s a Holga! I’m a pro photographer, and this darned cheap plastic, light leaking, terrible focus neanderthal lump produces images that no $7,000 DSLR can!

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  10. Mark J. Notzon

    I have been pleased with the first lomographs I have taken with this camera, and look forward to developing my skills. It is good to drop out of the digital universe, into the “blue highways” of the analog.

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