Question about Holga 120SF Medium Format Camera
This is due to a poorly manufactured and designed camera: it IS a Holga, after all...
What's happening is that the film advance is allowing the film backing paper (which has the numbers printed on) to slip relative to the film. All you can do is to learn when to compensate by advancing the film a little more than the numbers indicate.
Given that most Holgas are only designed to last for around ten to twelve rolls of film (they can last far longer though), you might not have to put up with the fault for much longer.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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