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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.


  1. dhuffone


    Sweet Mod! Why aren't they square?

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  2. idigtulsa


    This is only my second roll of 35mm to run through my Holga, and I've yet to get the lab to scan them in using the 120 mask so that I can get the whole image. The tech is re-scanning them for me tomorrow, so I could have waited to post them but I was just too excited.

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