Diana F+ Medium Format Camera + 120mm Film

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Diana F+ Medium Format Camera + 120mm Film

from 21.00

Back in the early 60s, the Diana camera was a cult legend, famous for its dreamy, radiant, lo-fi images. The Diana+ is a twist on the classic—a faithful reproduction with lots of cool new features. Shoot multiple exposure and pinhole photos, pick your image format and get ready to experience photography in a beautiful new way.

Diana is the best selling camera from Lomography. If you're interested in retro, analogue photography, the Diana F+ medium format camera is the perfect camera for you.

120mm B&W Film: Delivers sharp blacks, stark whites, smooth greys and stunning tones even under low-light. 12 exposures per roll, 3 rolls of film per package.

  • Camera: $52.50, B&W film: $21
  • 8.2" x 6.2" x 4.7" camera
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The Diana F+ features multiple shooting modes for getting either 12 or 16 shots on a single roll. This is done by shooting either 2 x 2" or 1.7 x 1.7" frames. Another feature is Endless Panorama which allows you to place sequential frames right next to each other for a seamless image. Additionally, you can advance the film as much or as little as you like to take multiple exposures or other creative shots. The camera also features a shutter lock for sharp long exposures and a standard tripod thread on the bottom. 

  • Removable 75mm Lens
  • Zone focusing system, manual
  • Pinhole function
  • Two shutter speeds
  • 12- and 16-shot modes
  • Endless panorama mode
  • Multiple and partial exposure options
  • Shutter lock and 1/4"-20 tripod thread
  • Focusing zones include 3.3-6.6', 6.6-13.1', or 13.1' to infinity
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty

About Lomography: How did the Lomographic movement start? In 1991, two students in Vienna, Austria stumbled upon a compact-sized Russian camera called the LomoKompakt Automat (LC-A). Its trademark vignette shadowing, light-leaks, and saturated colors attracted a cult following. Over time, the Lomography community has exploded and now has followers across the globe!. Since then, Lomography has continued to produce fun and experimental products to keep creative analogue photography available and accessible to everyone.