6th May 2009, 08:57 PM
A little help on Holga cameras?
Hi, do help me with this puzzling question if you guys have time!
I was looking at Holga cameras, and film cameras too. Isn't it difficult to figure out the exposure settings to prevent the pictures from turning out totally blank because of over/under-exposure?
Also, what about Holga? The camera sets its own settings?
6th May 2009, 09:50 PM
Re: A little help on Holga cameras?
film camera can ve automation to help est the proper shutter/aperture relative to the film ISO to achieve proper exposure.
for manual film camera, u can set according to the exposure meter.
for holga, there is only 1 shutter speed (approx 1/100)(ignoring bulb setting) and 1 aperture (approx f8). so, manytimes, it depends on the film's exposure latitude to get the proper exposure.
of course, u can somewat help beforehand by loading film of certain ISO.