Holga 120WPC pinhole camera is a charming, lightweight camera that excites the professionals. Discover the Holga's unique talent for dreamy, beautiful double exposure shots. Marvel as your Holga transforms ordinary photographs into extraordinary low-tech works of art. A classic! The Holga 120WPC Wide Pinhole Camera. Having a greatly extended body, the camera enjoys a super wide panoramic view with the horizontal exposure angle reaching as wide as 120 degree. Depending on which of the two Film Size Frames is used, the width of the film for the pictures taken can either be 90mm or 120mm.
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Posted by jime on 12th Sep 2012
Lot's of fun for all. Typical Holga qurks. Light leaks etc. Takes me back to my photography beginnings. Long live FILM.
Posted by WEBE on 12th Sep 2012
Love this Holga 120WPC camera. Anyone looking to get started in pinhole photography or even panorama photography; start here. My camera was good strait from the first roll.
Exposure time- I simply use a cable release and count up to 9 or 15 in day light (depending on how bright and clouds)with Fuji 100 B&W film.
It's that simple! Remember to remove the masking/framing plate on the inside. I do this with all my Holgas. That way you get a full view and wonderful distorted edge. I have had problems fogging the film taking it out of the camera. As with all Holga cameras, it might not wind up the film tight enough on the roll, and light leaks on the film edge. I now change film using a dark bag. Remember to also tape up the seams of the camera back. Although I have shot without doing it and didn't have any leaks. I just don't trust the clips holding on the back especially if you are taking the camera rapidity in and out of a camera bag.
Posted by Samson on 17th Apr 2012
Posted by Dave on 29th Jan 2012
Cheap and easy way to start out in pinhole photography by this plastic holga camera.