Holga Camera Models
HOLGA 120N, HOLGA 120FN, HOLGA 120CFN & HOLGA 120TLR
Holga 120N is modeled after the original Holga released in 1981. The latest resurgence of toy cameras stems from the love of this classic black utilitarian camera. Holga 120N has a
hot-shoe attachment to add a flash or even strobe.
Holga 120FN is modeled after the Holga 120N but has a built-in flash instead of a hot shoe.
For the added benefit of color, Holga 120CFN has a built-in flash with color wheel, to add a splash of red, yellow or blue to your images.
A newer addition to the Holga 120 family is the Holga TLR camera, which has all the features of the Holga CFN but with a Twin Lens Reflex retro top-down viewfinder.
HOLGA 120G, HOLGA 120GN & HOLGA 120GFN
Holga 120G is simply Holga's glass lens cousin, which some say produces slightly sharper images. The Holga 120GN corresponds to the 120FN and the Holga 120GFN corresponds to the
For most of Holga's history, the Holga 120 family was only available in black. Then came the Holgawood collection! Inspired by "Tinsel Town", it is a line of colored Holga 120N
cameras. The Holgawood lights shine bright on colors like Blooze Brothers Blue, Pretty in Pink and Casablanco White. There are 10 colors to collect in all!
HOLGA 135 & HOLGA 135BC
Holga 135 Camera
In 2005, Holga went into limited production of two 35mm Holga models, which sold out quickly and became collector's items. Encouraged by the success of these cameras, Holga created
three new versions of the Holga 35mm models: Holga 135, Holga 135BC & Holga 135PC.
Modeled after the Holga 120, Holga 135 cameras have the same characteristics, but are meant for those who prefer 35mm format film.
The 35mm Holgas have a cable release adapter located in the shutter release button, therefore the Holga shutter release set is not needed for these cameras; a basic cable release
The 35mm family starts with the basic 35mm camera, Holga 135, a more compact version of Holga 120.
To acheive more of Holga's trademark vignetting, try Holga 135BC. With an internal non-removable mask, the Holga 135BC (bent corners) renders Holga's retroish vignetting in every