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Holga 120 Pan Panoramic Medium Format Camera (Lens Not Included)

What's Included?

1 X Holga 120Pan Film Camera (LENS NOT INCLUDED)


Untested, does not include Lens, also missing the metal retaining clip which holds the back to the body. Tape can be used to hold the back onto the camera securely.


Explore the world of ultra wide angle photography with the 120 Pan Panoramic Medium Format Camera from Holga. Inspired by previous generations of Holga medium format cameras, 

An optical viewfinder makes it easy to compose your image, and the camera's lens provides the unique look Holga cameras are known for. A choice between f/8 or f/11, or "cloudy" and "sunny", aperture settings is available, along with 1/100 sec or bulb shutter speed settings. Additionally, a bubble level and two hot shoes help ensure you will always have enough flash coverage.

  • Plastic body construction and lens contribute to a distinct image quality, which is characterized by vignetting and soft focus
  • 1/100th sec shutter speed setting
  • Bulb setting for long exposure shooting
  • 2 aperture settings, f/11 for sunny and f/8 for cloudy
  • Optical viewfinder and bubble level for composition
  • Dual hot shoes for multiple flashes
  • Includes standard 1/4"-20 tripod mount

The Holga-120 Pan is a medium format film Panoramic Camera that takes panoramic images on 120 format color or B&W film. Ttwo aperture settings - sunny and cloudy - and a single shutter speed of 1/100 second. Focusing is adjustable to 4 zones - portrait, small group, big group, and infinity.

The Holga 120-Pan captures 60x120mm images, which is twice the width of the standard 6x6 format image, on recommended ASA 400 120 films. Externally the camera is fitted with an eye-level viewfinder, a spirit bubble, two standard hot shoe mounts, and a tripod mount. With nothing much by way of manual control or other adjustments, what you will get are panoramic images captured with the renowned Holga look.


The camera needs no batteries to operate, all you have to do is simply insert the film, wind it forward to the correct next-one-up frame number, and shoot. You will end up with six 60x120mm exposures per 120 film roll. 

As indicated by the presence of the spirit bubble, keeping the camera level on a steady tripod is probably the most important aspect of capturing images in this format, and with this camera, unless of course, you are going for the vantage viewpoint creativity.

The film selector switch on the film back, however, still shows the back shows the setting to be 12.

When advancing your film after each shot, make sure you advance the film to the next odd number (1, 3, 5,...) to keep your exposures from overlapping due to its panoramic format.

Since you are shooting 6x12 panoramic images, remember that you only get 6 pictures with a roll of 120 film. 


Recommended Film Speed

The camera back suggests ISO 400 speed film for the best effect. You still can make do with a film of a lower ASA rating if the scene is really bright and sunny. When shooting you need to make sure you hold its larger body steady when hand-holding, or else go for the tripod and a shutter release cable setup. The 6x12 format is one for a large-sized negative!

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SKU N1207
Brand Holga
Unit Of Measure ea

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