Well, this is meant to lighten a bit the recent heathen debate and sometimes not to pleasant atmosphere that some posts brought to the forum lately.
So, back to the title: glass? Plastic? Well, here is the story: no matter what I am shooting, I always bring film along (wether it's 135 or 120 depends on the rest of the gear I bring along), and almost always I bring with me an Holga too. First, I really do like the output a lot for what it does; second, it is always fun to see the customers' faces when - in the middle of a shoot, after using the big guns for a while (D3, Phase 1, Leica, whatever I am using at the time) - I mention that I will now shoot them using the latest and best camera out of the last Chinese technological researches, and.. out comes my beaten, ugly, kept-together-by-tape, inimitable, Holga!
Sticking on top of it my strobo remote and starting to shoot, takes just a second - and my ProFoto lights work just perfectly with it!
So here is a couple of images, out of a maternity shoot:
All shot with a Holga & ProFoto lights with Ilford Pan F+ 50, developed in 510-Pyro and scanned with the newly arrived Hasselblad X5.