This big boy is the real heavy hitter, a medium format pinhole camera in the original full size Holga body. There's no need for a lens, as a tiny pinhole on the front of the camera will be your only conduit for light. Due to its small size, every shot is a long exposure- from 1 second in sunlight to several hours on a dark night. Images are extremly soft focus and dream like, any moving subject is rendered as a ghostly blur and a nearly endless depth of field puts both the foreground and background in relative focus.
The Holga 35mm is a slightly minaturized version of the original format Holga. Like its older sibling, its got an all plastic lens, two shutter settings and two aperture settings. Its advance and shutter are uncoupled meaning that you can shoot unlimited multiple exposures on the same frame. For that classic Holga look, with the ease of 35mm film development, this guy can't be beat.