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I love this camera!,
This review is from: Lomography Diana F+ Medium Format Camera (Electronics)
I love this camera! The medium format is probably my most used and adored film format and this camera can do just about anything. B&W, color, whatever! It's also a pinhole, which is fantastic because you can have color pinhole photos and have one or two on a role and just keep switching it out. I highly recommend buying some of the other lenses that go with this but come separately. Also, I purchased the ringflash, which adds another dimension to your creative capabilities. If you get the 35mm attachment, you're really in business! Yes, it's a bit expensive (these cameras originally sold for literally pennies when the first generation came out decades ago) but what you can do with these cameras is worth every modern day dollar!
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Initial post: Jun 13, 2010 4:32:27 PM PDT
Bill A. Goldfinch says:
I bought the fish eye lens for the camers... do I need to also get an adapter? If so, which one? Please advise!
Posted on Aug 29, 2010 2:06:14 AM PDT
K. Aguirre says:
Thank you! uhm i was just wondering why it was for so cheap? only $39? why?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 17, 2011 6:36:14 PM PST
The Clock says:
It's a "toy" camera, made of cheap plastic, with no meter or electronics. Using it requires instinct and imagination, and not a lot of cash, which is why it's popular. But it's cheap because of the lack of features and the intentional avoidance of expensive German or Japanese style precision.
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