The most exciting camera I got so far is the Holga 120 CFN Jack Limited Edition. It uses a medium format film that is a little more expensive than the regular 35mm, so I thought twice. I took it on my second take though, only because it is a limited edition Holga Jack as in Jack White of The White Stripes, how cool is that?!
Can’t say? Here’s something to help you out.
The White Stripes is a band of two members, ex-husband and wife, Jack and Meg who then became ex-bandmates too. It is notable that they are known for these colors: red, white and black; and that peppermint logo on the film advance thumbwheel. It is just so The White Stripes . Feeling ko ang cool ko. Lol. But nobody really recognizes it as The White Stripes camera, so I’m cool only to myself, which makes me even cooler. Whut?! By the way, there’s also a Meg-inspired camera and it’s a Diana+ click here.
More of Holga Jack vanity on film.
And that’s about it. I have just finished a useless blog entry. Below are links that might make sense to you. Yep, just right before you ask me.
What’s in the Holga Jack Limited Edition box? http://microsites.lomography.com/whitestripes/jack
How to do Sprocket Hole Photography? http://www.squarefrog.co.uk/techniques/using-35mm-film.html