Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
It's also great for just winging it and metering a bit sloppy e.g. when the subject is changing too quickly to fuss over each zone.
Being able to simply wing it is one of the things I like best.

Bought a Holga about a month ago and I've had great luck using 400nc; from full bright sun on the salt flats of Death Valley to inside a restaurant at mid-day. The restaurant shot was the hardest stretch for that film/camera combo. In all the shots I've done so far there are no blown highlights that have mattered.

I'm truly tempted to just use 800 ISO films in the Holga and super glue the exposure setting in cloudy.