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Lomography Diana F+ Instant Back(Black)
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- Easily clips onto the back of the Diana F+
- Expose the film as usual using the Diana controls and then press the release button on the rear of the Instant Back to get your photo
- Compatible with all Diana F+ cameras
- Tripod 'Ears' for steady shooting and long exposures
- Uses Fuji Instax Mini film - only!
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 5 x 2.38 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.45 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.44 pounds|
|Minimum Focal Length||10 mm|
|Shipping Weight||1.01 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I ran through my first pack and didn't have anything jam on me just yet. The instruction manual stated that the reduced capturing area meant the viewfinder would be larger than the picture. But I wear glasses and the instant back itself gets in the way, so in a way the viewfinder captures only the very center 2/5ths of the image, much less if you change the lens to anything but the 110mm telephoto.
A flash is necessary for most situations with this. I use the hotshoe adapter and a cheap $12 flashgun.
Instax gives no film latitude, shadows are way too dark, highlights are blown but not as bad, thank goodness. It still has that white space, and it's such a shame this back doesn't have a sharpie holder.
As others have said, I wouldn't pay the full price for this unless you know you'll be using it. And even then, the Instax Mini 7s is actually cheaper (and I guess more reliable) than this. Buy it only if you already have a diana.
At best photos cost $0.70 per shot, which is still cheaper than develop and print for medium format.
EDIT: have been using this for a couple years now, and I find it usually malfunctions indoors. A good flash helps, but make sure to diffuse it so the subjects nearer the flash aren't washed out. I usually use a tissue paper to cover the flash and it works, haha.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product, film is a challenge to find locally, but Amazon has plenty.Published 3 months ago by Travis Johnson
Shot 2 cartridges, and except for a little "flower" mark on the last 5 images of the lower corner, everything good. Read morePublished 10 months ago by MIKE
I have several problems, at this time it's not posible have a nice picture :(Published 15 months ago by Lizet Poisot
Have run several packs of film through it, and no problems at all. It is a Lomography thing, so don't expect precision in the photo right off. Read morePublished 16 months ago by R. P. Dean
I use this for my Diana+ Dreamer cam and it's great. Of course I wish it were flush with the camera for a more appealing and efficient look, but it is still great. Read morePublished 16 months ago by C. To
...on whether I like this thing or not. It's fun to play with, but it's also incredibly fiddly. The flash on the Diana F+ tends to be a bit too bright for instax film (diffusing... Read morePublished 17 months ago by J. Sparks