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    Now this is a TOY camera!

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    Ain't that something else! TOY with capital letters!

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    It looks a bit like Spongebob!
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    oooh shiny!
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    Now there's a street camera -- a camera that smiles back! I don't care for half frame, but I might have to make an exception...

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    Awesome camera. Must have one ...

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    Nic Nichols has a fun website, it's on my list of favorites. The thing I like about toy cameras, and visiting toy camera websites, is that they remind me that photography should be fun. Sometimes we take all the fun out of it, and take it too serious.

    ~Joe

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    I bet that camera is great for taking portraits of people. I bet they smile at the face.

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    What is the problem with half frame if it is half frame 120?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Wilde View Post
    What is the problem with half frame if it is half frame 120?
    I'm guessing because its number is 135 it's a 35mm film camera so half frame 35mm, not 120. Holga make a number of 35mm film cameras, not just the flagship Holga 120 camera
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe VanCleave View Post
    Nic Nichols has a fun website, it's on my list of favorites. The thing I like about toy cameras, and visiting toy camera websites, is that they remind me that photography should be fun. Sometimes we take all the fun out of it, and take it too serious.

    ~Joe
    That's why I'm also on the lomography website.

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