The Holga 120 camera page is here. On this page you will find the accessories I found for cheap.
As the Holga lens is fixed to the body, only lens attachments are possible. There is no possibility to have different lenses for a variety of
focal lengths as on the Diana. Lens attachments are only a second best
solution. Except high quality attachments that cost hundreds, quality
is poor in general. So it is on the Holga. Nevertheless they are better
than nothing. It may be interesting to have a wider angle or a tele
solution. The 60mm Holga lens is a moderate wide angle lens, its small
format equivalent is 33mm. There a 3 attachments available. A 2.5x Tele
attachment, which brings the 60mm Holga lens to 150mm, this is only
83mm small format equivalent. A 0.5x Wide attachment, which brings the
Holga lens to 30mm, it's 17mm small format equivalent, that's very
wide. And then there is a fisheye attachment that doesn't cover the
format, which I find less interesting. So I bought the first two.
Camera with Tele and Wide attachments and their pouches. As the lenses are plastic, caps are very helpful to prevent scratches.
Wide lens attachment on camera. It's simply stuck on th Holga lens barrel.
Seen from the front.
The Tele lens on the camera.
have not tested them on ordinary film yet. I attached them to my Holga
Instant. The Instant has a correction lens on front of the normal lens.
It obstructs the lens attachments from sliding as far as it should. You
would need a big correction lens in front of the attachment.
A wider view indeed, lens attachment not far enough on the barrel because of the correction lens, so there is heavy vignetting.
A tele view indeed, lens attachment not far enough on the barrel because of the correction lens, so there is heavy vignetting.
attachment fully stuck on the barrel. Only a bit of vignetting, which
would not be visible on ordinary film. Blurred because of the missing
fully stuck on the barrel. Some vignetting, which would hardly be
visible on ordinary film. Blurred because of the missing correction
lens. Filter holder and filters
filter holder simply mounts on the lens barrel. The filters glide into
a slot in the holder. It's all cheap plastic, so handle your filters
with care, otherwise the will be scratched soon. The soft plastic
pouches with their compartments help a lot to keep them safe.
Filter holder (LFH-120) and three filter sets.
Holder mounted on camera.
The color filter set (CFS-120), which includes a red, blue, green, and yellow filter. The red one is missing.
One filter mounted.
The soft surround
filter set (SSFS-120), which includes red, blue, yellow, and clear/gray
filters with a clear center, the rest is colored to make it
appear out of focus.
One filter mounted.
The split image filter set (SILS-120) which comes with three prism-like filters in various shapes
One prism mounted.
Pictures taken with the filters.
Blue colour filter.
Yellow soft suuround filter.
Split image filter, the one to the right with 3 equal areas.