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I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

idigtulsa This photo was shot on film. Taken by idigtulsa with a Holga 120 N loaded with Fuji Superia 200 (35mm) film in Tulsa, United States. These tags describe this photo: holga-mod, holga, double-exposure, experimental, and tulsa. This photo can also be found in the albums Holga "Close Focus" Modification.

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