Holga 120GCFN is a Glass Lens Medium Format Film Camera with built-in color flash. It produces the well known Holga style classic lo-fi photos with the shadowy vignettes, unpredictable light leaks and soft focus in your square shots. It can accommodate all 120 medium format films. The Holga 120GCFN package is provided with two different film size of frame masks, so that it can take both traditional and square format pictures. The Holga 120GCFN includes a built in flash with a spinning color wheel for your choice of red, yellow, blue or standard white flash. Two batteries are required for operating the built-in flash, but it can still take photo without batteries. Although the Holga 120GCFN is basically a fixed focus camera, it still offers four choices of object distances. Two choice of aperture are available: f/11 & f/8. The multiple exposure can be achieve by not advancing the film after a frame has been exposed. Fifteen camera body colors are available: Black, Blue, Camouflage, Gold, Pink, Purple, Red, Red&White, Silver, YRB, White, Yellow, Tri-Color A/B/C. Have fun with your Holga Film Camera!
You may return new or unused products within 14 days from the date of delivery. All goods must be returned unused, in a fully re-salable condition, and in the original packaging. All returns for non-defective merchandise are subject to a 20% restocking fee plus the original shipping charges.
In the rare occurrence that a product arrives damaged, or with missing parts, please do accept our apologies. You must contact us within 7 days from the date of delivery to report damaged, missing or defective merchandise. We'll cover the return shipping cost with US$30 upper limit. Upon receiving your return, we will send you the replacement order at no additional cost to you. Defective items will be exchanged for the same model or manufacturer's equivalent model.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Apr 2014
I have taken a few snaps with this camera, some of which I tried with the colour flash and I can't wait to print them!
I had a bit of trouble loading the film though. Other than that a great little camera, easy to operate.
Posted by Karen on 30th Dec 2013
The recipient is very pleased with the camera.
Posted by Isabelle Alcaraz on 10th Sep 2013
I love it!
Posted by Unknown on 9th Aug 2013
This camera has been a great introduction to lomography for me. It can do a variety of effects and has excellent flash colours. The viewfinder is also not far from the lense, and my images usually turn up how they look through it.
However, the camera itself is cheaply made, and has started to fall apart in the few months I've had it. For example, the neck strap pulls up on the clasps that hold the back of the camera and exposes the film if I do not seal it with duct tape, which has caused film to be wasted.
Keep in mind to when considering this product that while it is cheap, the price of the film and its developing is expensive.
Posted by May on 24th May 2013
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Posted by melo on 14th Sep 2012
The 120gcfn is my second holga camera, my first one is 120s which don't have B/N selector that lets you take long exposure shots. Overall, I love the new Holga very much!
Posted by lynn houghton on 15th Jul 2012
A really great little piece of junk. What I like is that I can make something cool and even beautiful with a really great little piece of junk.
Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2012
Pretty snazzy, though I do think a lens cap that snaps into place would be a worthy improvement
Posted by yoyo on 16th Apr 2012
My package arrived today in perfect condition!
Posted by CY on 5th Apr 2012
I love the holga 120 gcfn. The photo is so REAL!!
Posted by Hoho on 31st Mar 2012
After comparing the Lomo Diana and Holga 120GCFN. I went for Holga!!
Posted by Yuki on 29th Mar 2012
I like the square picture from the holga 120 gcfn. The picture from this camera is amazing and unpredictable!!!
Posted by Amy on 15th Feb 2012
Posted by Tom on 15th Feb 2012
It is the best Holga camera!!
Posted by may on 2nd Feb 2012
i love the photo from this camera.
Posted by Eddie on 16th Jan 2012
The 120GCFN has the internal color flash. Low cost 35mm film can be used on it with the 35mm film adapter. If you’re looking for your first Holga camera, it will be the best choice.