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Lomography Diana F+ Medium Format Camera
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- Diana Flash compatible
- Variable shutter (daytime & “B” for unlimited long exposures)
- uses 120 film, and allows 12-shot (5.2x5.2cm), 16-shot (4.2x4.2cm), and endless Panorama (4.6x4.6cm) formats
- Lens removes to convert your camera into a ready to use pinhole camera.
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Dating back to the early 1960's, the all-plastic Diana camera is a cult legend - famous for its its dreamy, radiant, and lo-fi images. The brand new DianaF+ is a faithful reproduction and a loving homage to the classic Diana - with a few new features tossed in. Its plastic lens, 2 shutter settings (daylight & "B"), 3 aperture settings, and manual focus are all hallmarks of the original Diana. But on top of that, the DianaF+ offers a removable lens and super-small aperture for pinhole images, two image formats (12 or 16 square shots on a standard 120 roll), an endless panorama feature that allows for unlimited and nearly seamless panoramic shots, and both a standard tripod thread & shutter lock for easy shake-free long exposures. IT now also is compatible with the Diana flash. Each package includes the beautiful "Diana Vignettes" book - packed with over 200 pages of Diana history, Diana+ images, and truly off-the-wall short stories. Uses all varieties of medium format 120 film.
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A word about medium format: this camera is best if you have the ability to at least develop film yourself and scan the negatives onto the computer. If you have to get the film developed and prints made from an outside source, it is going to cost you, especially B&W film developing, because it is done by hand at the smaller, independent photo labs. All that aside, this camera is great fun for B&W and color!
It's the imperfections that make this unique. After years of shooting in digital, there is something nice about loading film and not knowing immediately what the photo is going to look like.
The only drawback is that this camera is extremely flimsy. I wasn't expecting an all-plastic camera to be built like a tank, but this is pretty light even when compared to other all-plastic cameras. My advice is if you are going to carry this around with you a lot like I do, then invest in a case. Even a cheap one is probably better than nothing.
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This product sucked. I do not recommend buying this camera.