Can you use 120 film in a 35mm camera?

Can you use 120 film in a 35mm camera?

You get twice as many exposures. 220 film can't be used in all cameras. 120 was the most popular film format in the 1960s. It was replaced about 1970 for journalism use by 35mm with the rise in popularity of the Nikon 35mm cameras.

What does a Holga lens do?

Holga lenses are made for medium format cameras, and this means that a wide-angle Holga lens is effectively a telephoto or standard lens by the time that you put it on a crop-sensor or full-frame digital camera.

What kind of film does a Holga 120n use?

Depending on where you live, the options for developing disposable cameras will be varied. If you live in America, or anywhere where there's a Costco or a Walgreens, you're in luck! … If you don't live near a Costco or Walgreens, check your local pharmacies who still usually do disposable camera developing.