Question about Holga Flash, 120 Medium Format Camera Starter Kit. Medium Format Camera
I just got my holga and i used the film included in the package. The film is all black. Is that normal? I'm a beginner. Also, it says in my manual that the red window will show the exposures still available but it's not there. :| Please help me.
Black film as in underexpose, after you have them printed?
If you open a roll of 120 film:
Remove the little tape holding to the film.
Place film onto Film Spool Studs.
Pull film out from film leader and thread to Take Spool.
Turn until Arrow Line on film aligns with Start Mark of Film Holder.
Close film cover or back.
Advance camera to Zero (0). Now you are ready to shoot.
Just rememer what film speed your are using.
Hope they are helpful.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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