Holga lens for £12.54 for Canon and Nikon DSLR

mark.carline

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mark.carline

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shotokan101

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Johnmcl7

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And people were complaining the Nikon 28-300mm was too poor a lens to be mounting on a D700...

John
 

Machloop

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weetsie

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The lens is has lots of issues including display vignetting, blur, light leaks, and other distortions (great!).

eh, i think using a holga lens on a digital camera is a bit pointless, with an actual holga you can put out of date film in a camera with no light seals and cross process it if you want to, if you use 35mm you have rachet wholes in your photo which all adds to the effect i guess. but with digital the only thing you are going to have is soft images with a fair bit of CA.
 

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