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This review is from: Holga 120N Plastic Camera (Electronics)
Great camera for all levels of photographers. Unique style and results. You never know what your individual camera will provide. Overexposure and underexposure quality is expected and wanted with this fun camera. A little hard to find places that will develop film with ISO 120 but worth the prints when you can find a place.
A must for all photographers to play with. A wonderful buy and worth the money.
**Use caution when buying from Calumet! Banned from e-bay they are not the best of places to buy anything! Poor product quality and overpriced shipping are only two of the major problems. Please use caution.
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Initial post: Jan 15, 2007, 8:24:34 PM PST
just want to make sure you know its not ISO 120 but 120 is the size of the film. ISO relates to how sensetive to light a film is
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 10, 2008, 12:51:38 AM PDT
120 is also the only remaining paper-backed roll film still commonly available. 6x9cm is nice, but I do miss the old 122 roll film that let you make six gargantuan negatives with Kodak Autographic folding cameras. Detailed wall-sized prints on photo-sensitive paint were unique.
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