Here is my Holga digital camera review. I bought my Holga digital a few months ago on sale because I thought that the original price was too high which ranged anywhere from $99 to $449 for the limited edition. I bought mine for $29 at Urban Outfitters (no longer available).
My first impressions were that it was small and light weight which I love; the pink color was the trade off for the price. The camera needs 2 AA batteries and supports a standard SD or WIFI SD card. There is also an on and off switch which also gives you the option of shooting in 135 or 120 formats. On the top of the camera is a sunny/cloudy switch and on the bottom a color and BW switch; both I found works quite well.
When I began my test shots I didn't notice the small red lamp that lights up inside the viewfinder to the right which tells you that you've suppressed the shutter. The images goes directly to the card and there is no preview. You have to wait until you download the images to see what you have; if anything. This small detail and the fact that I had added an external flash produced over exposed photos.
As I began to adjust the pressure on the shutter button and holding still about 5 seconds after I had taken the shot I began to get photos that I felt were actually interesting. The camera is a Holga and you cannot predict what it will do in any circumstances. There will always be chatter about how some cameras behaves better in this light or that, but the Holga digital cannot be so defined.
I keep it in my pocket and when I see something interesting I take it out and shoot. On a brightly lit night I came back with light painting instead of actual photos. I was standing perfectly still but on his night the Holga digital definitely produced it's version fine art photography with lots of pretty colors.
I like my Holga digital camera and I love the price that I bought it for. My website is for film images only. My Holga digital images can only be found on my Facebook pages, all of them as well as on my Instagram. Its a fun addition to the Holga family.