The Holga 120s, often referred to as a “toy camera”, is entirely made of plastic – even the lens. It is an inexpensive medium format 120 film camera (mine was under $15). What gives the Holga it’s unique quality is the lack of construction, which allows vignetting, blurring, light leaks, and other unpredictable distortions (I have electrical tape holding mine together once film is loaded). It has two settings: sunny and cloudy. Focusing is made by judging the distance to the subject. Also, if you choose, you don’t have to advance the film and can shoot multiple images on the same frame. Click on the links to view my Holga image galleries.