|Taken about an hour after I bought it|
The Holga comes in several different flavors and colors and has several optional upgrades such as a 2x telephoto, 0.5x wide angle, and fish eye lens attachments.
The focusing was a bit difficult because you have to know what distance range each of the four settings have to be to get a clear picture. As you can see from the train crossing above, I had a bit of difficulty with this since the focusing isn't seen at all in the viewfinder like most manual rangefinders like the Fujifilm x100.
The real benefit of these cameras are for people who are high strung ( not afraid that I fall into this category frequently) and they need some time to slow down. Another plus for this camera is the lack of features. You have to work your ass off to get the picture you want and/or need instead of having a flimsy expensive zoom do all the work for you.
Fujifilm Velvia rvp50.
I only posted a handfull of images from my test shoot. I have two other galleries with the rest of the shots here and here. The first one has a roll I shot back in the end of May or beginning of June, when I went sailing in San Pedro. I'll be displaying those next week probably, or this Sunday at the earliest.