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This review is from: Holga 120N Plastic Camera (Electronics)
It comes with a plastic lense, it takes 120 film, there's no flash, no light metering, no focusing. If you're not familiar with 120 film (not every pharmacy develops 120 film), then you should do a little research before you buy this camera ([...]). Most folks buy this as secondary camera, or just as a fun camera. The picture quality is different from camera to camera, and is not par with digitals. It does take unique shots, it is a cheaply priced camera, it feels cheap in your hands. I give it five stars, because for the price it captures my surroundings in a way that no digital can replicate.
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Initial post: Dec 27, 2007 8:43:53 PM PST
What film did you use for the shots of your daughter? I really like the way it looks and would like to try some.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 16, 2010 7:02:46 PM PDT
D Co says:
I'm sorry, I never saw your comment previously. I want to say it was Kodak Tri-X, but it's been so long ago. Plus I had dev'd it myself with Kodak D-76 chems.
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