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    Treat the Holga as a single-use camera. Shoot Tmax 400 in it, and dispense with the housing. Just remember to keep the film wet until you can process it. Could be interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    Treat the Holga as a single-use camera. Shoot Tmax 400 in it, and dispense with the housing. Just remember to keep the film wet until you can process it. Could be interesting!
    Ha! Might be worth trying!
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    Forget the housing. That way, you can shoot and pre-soak at the same time. Could save a lot of darkroom time.

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    And if you shoot color neg, you'd be doing the Sea-41 process

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