It's called a "toy camera" nevertheless it has features that photographers count on, like the ability to mount it on a tripod. The base has a standard 1/4"-20 tripod socket next to the film rewind release button.
The Holga 135BC 35mm film camera differs from the original 120 film versions in that it features an internal mask that cuts the image corners, creating a soft vignetting effect - hence the name BC, or "Black Corner"
Simple And Affordable
Due to its simple and affordable design, the Holga has become one of the most iconic toy cameras available. Don't let this fool you though, the images coming out of this camera are uniquely amazing.
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