Above are sample shots from the Holga 135BC courtesy of the Lomography Microsite. The reason I am fairly excited about owning one of these is that unlike the classic Holgas, it shoots in 35mm film. I haven’t flirted with Lomography since I sold my Diana Mini last summer. That proved to be a blessing because the amount of money spent on such crap results was just not worth it. The Holga 135BC appears to have the best features of the Diana Mini and is a lot cheaper. It doesn’t have the option of the half frame or square frame that the Mini had, but that was a con anyway. It cost more to get processed and half the pictures never came out. God I’m bitter.
The 135BC allows you to do multiple exposures and has the bulb setting to allow long exposures. I really think it would benefit from having a built in flash because attaching a bigazz flash to the hot shoe on a lil’ toy camera makes you look like a complete gimp. It should be a good camera to have now summer is coming up and the light is getting a bit better. If you’re savvy you can pick one up for £23 brand new. I treat you guys. eBay.