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Holga 135Tim Plastic Camera (Red)
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- Half-frame 35mm film camera
- Twin lenses
- Bulb and 1/100s shutter settings
- F8, F11 and F22 apertures available
- No batteries required
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Introducing the new Holga 135TIM 35mm 1/2 frame, multi-image camera. With this new little gem you can shoot two half frame exposures at the same time or one after the other. You can also reset the shutter so that you can multiple expose your images without advancing the film. Features include a button to switch between normal shutter exposure and bulb setting, adjustable aperture, dual lenses with separately selectable built-in lens covers and hot shoe for optional Holga 12S flash with color filters, Item #284120.
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I like that double (and triple, quadrouple, whatever floats your boat) exposures are easy, but won't happen accidentally. There's a little switch to re-cock the shutter. And if you shoot with both "eyes" open, you can use the camera to make stereographic (3d) images, BUT the foreground has to be fairly close to the camera (within 10 feet or so) for the effect to be noticeable, or the background has to be very very distant, because the lenses are very close together.
The viewfinder is horizontal, so you have to use a little imagination when you're composing your shots, which are all in "portrait" orientation. And the plastic is flimsy (this is definitely a toy camera). Mine's still functional after a dozen or two rolls, but every time I shake it I can hear some little plastic part rattling around inside the camera body -- I guess whatever part that was wasn't crucial to its operation.
Works well with bw400cn film.