Holga Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera

Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera

Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera

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Product Highlights

  • Medium Format Panorama Camera
  • Produces 180º Images
  • 90mm Lens
  • Zone Focusing
  • Uses 120 Format Film
  • Two Hot Shoe Mounts
  • Tripod Mount
  • No Batteries Required
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Holga 120 Overview

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The Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera from Holga is medium format film camera that takes 180º panoramic images on 120 format color or black and white film. It utilizes a 90mm fixed focal length lens with a fixed aperture at 1/100 second shutter speed. Focusing is adjustable in four zones: portrait, small group, big group, infinity. It offers little in the way of manual control and adjustment but offers panorama images with the renowned Holga look. It provides an eye-level viewfinder, two standard hot shoe mounts, a tripod mount and needs no batteries to operate, simply insert the film and shoot; six (6 x 12 cm) exposures per roll.

180º panoramic images
90mm fixed focal length lens
Zone Focusing
Eye-level Viewfinder
Two hot shoe flash mounts
Uses 120 format film
No batteries required
In the Box
Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera
  • Lens Cap
  • Strap
  • Film Mask
  • Take-up Spool
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    Holga 120 Specs

    Lens Type 90mm optical
    Focus Modes Zone Focus: Portrait, Small Group, Big Group, Infinity
    Flash 2x Standard Hot Shoe
    Film Format 120 Medium Format
    Viewfinder Eye Level Direct
    Tripod Mount Yes
    Bulb Exposure Yes
    Shutter Leaf type
    Shutter Speed 1/100 sec
    ASA Rating ASA 100 recommended for Sunny Outdoors ASA 400 recommended for Indoors/Cloudy Outdoors
    Power No batteries required
    Dimensions 8.1 x 4.6 x 4.2" (205 x 117 x 107 mm)
    Weight 8.8 oz (250 g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.6 x 4.7 x 5.0"

    Holga 120 Reviews

    Holga 120 PAN Panoramic Camera is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap plastic junk, but that's the point This is my 5th or 6th Holga camera. I have a couple of the basic 120 version as well as a couple pinhole models, and they are all gems in their own junky light leaking plasticky way. The Holga can provide you with some missing fun in your photographic pursuits. Besides all the fun, it also provides plenty of surprises. Surprise that it works, surprise that it exposed the film in a usable fashion, and surprise that something is in focus. Holga gives you a chance to break out of a creative rut in digital workflow. No chimping, no instant gratification, no quick upload. Flakey plastic film camera giving you a new take on old work habits. The Panorama was all that I had hoped for. You get six big honking 6 x12 negatives out of every roll of film. Nice for scanning, nice for printing, just plain nice. Been shooting landscapes and it's been a real hoot. Buy a Holga and unleash the hipster artist within. $ measly bucks and a 1,000,000 dollars worth of fun. One word of caution, don't use it on a paying job until you have tried it out, better safe than...
    Date published: 2013-06-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loving this so far I wanted to experiment with medium format film and get large panoramas at the same time without having to drop too much cash. This toy camera has performed just as I had hoped! On the 100 ISO black and white film, I got almost no light leaks, without having to do any modifications to the camera. The film wound evenly and tightly, so I had no issues with fat film either. The focus is a little soft, but I expected that from the plastic lens. I will get the shutter release kit to cut down on blur too, it's nice this camera has a tripod mount. This camera was less expensive than other panoramic toy film cameras and B&H had the best price for this camera of anyone I saw! There are great tutorials online for how to modify this camera, which I will probably do, as the strap harnesses are a little loose, and have slipped off the camera while it was around my neck (the film did not get exposed when it fell luckily!) I expected this, though, from a toy camera. Also, I found the recommended 400 ISO film to be way too over exposed when shooting on a cloudy day, and this film even got exposed by the numbers on frame count window. I would recommend shooting 100 film on a longer exposure. All in all, this is a great camera for fun shoots or experimenting with a new medium, at a price that won't make you feel guilty. I would definitely recommend!
    Date published: 2013-08-26
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