The Holga camera was designed by T. M. Lee in 1981, and first appeared outside China in 1982 with its appearance in Hong Kong. Within a few years, it caught on in foreign markets. Notorious for it's dreamy, surreal images, light leaks, lack of precision and inexpensive quality brought on a cult following.
Holga 120N – Updated version of the original (120S) with plastic 60mm f/8 lens, tripod mount, bulb exposure mode, improved film counter window switch, foam inserts to provide film spool tensioning, and an additional 6x6cm film mask.
hot shoe for use with external flash
uses 120 film