Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by westman, May 22, 2004.
Do you know any second hand shops sell this camera?
why buy second hand? you can get a new one for dirt cheap.
there ya go..
Thanks for the link Matt, I cracked up when I read this in the sales blurb:
"Soft focusing, full double-exposure capability, intense vignetting, and unpredictable light leaks all contribute to the Holga's incredible photo eFects"
Sort of anti-technology huh?
All for 30 bucks!
You can get them at Freestyle for $16.99. They also have ones with built-in flash and others with glass lenses.
You can get modified ones here for $28.95 and up.
Here's a Holaroid.
Oops. The one you pictured has a flash, which is here and $24.99, so not much cheaper.
They sell them at The Museum of Contemporay Art and there is apparently a Lomo shop somewhere in the city but Im not sure where. James M knows.
Doubt youd find any 2nd hand, why bother? They are very cheap!
I bought mine on EBAY for $20 and it arrived in 2 weeks.
Don't forget to save a few bucks for a roll of black tape to seal light leaks. A lot of people tape their Holga's (inside and out) pretty extensively to minimize light leaks.
Thx all guys
I have the premium model with the flash, LOL
It worked twice
That's once more than some!
Holga lovers claim that's part of the "charm."
Who knew having to replace a camera that breaks every 2-3 rolls was "charming?" :shock:
I say smear vaseline on the lens of a Yashica. You still get wierd-looking shots, and at least you don't have to buy a new one every time you change socks.
/ducks the barrage of dead Holgas from the plastic camera crowd
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