Lomography Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens

Lomography Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens

Lomography Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens

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Lomography Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens


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Product Highlights

  • 120mm Film Camera
  • Classic Diana Camera Effects
  • Two Shutter Speeds: Daytime or Bulb
  • Two Image Sizes: Full Frame or Square
  • Takes Multiple and Partial Exposures
  • Removable Lens for Pinhole Photos
  • Shutter Lock & Tripod Thread
  • Endless Panorama Mode
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The Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens from Lomography is a faithful reproduction and loving homage to the classic Diana camera of the 1960's, with a few new features tossed into the mix. Its plastic 75mm lens, two shutter settings ("N" daylight & "B" bulb), three aperture settings, and manual focus are all hallmarks of the original Diana.

In addition, the Diana+ has a removable lens that, when combined with the super-small aperture, can be used to take pinhole images. There are two image sizes available, including 12 full-frame or 16 square shots on a standard 120mm roll. An endless panorama feature allows for unlimited and nearly seamless panoramic shots, and both a standard tripod thread & shutter lock for easy shake-free long exposures.

Plastic Diana Lens
The Diana's all-plastic lens has been replicated to ensure the same classic, saturated look that Diana users have always treasured
Two Shutter Speeds
Choose between "N" for normal daytime snapshots or "B" for unlimited indoor and nighttime bulb exposures
Two Image Sizes
Choose between the 12 full-frame shots at 5.2 x 5.2 cm, or 16 smaller square images, the classic Diana format, at 4.2 x 4.2 cm
Multiple and Partial Exposures
Like the Holga, you can advance the Diana+ as much or as little as you like after each shot - making multiple exposures, half-exposed frames, and stretched out panoramas a snap
Pinhole Function
Remove the lens, set the aperture to a super-small pinhole and shoot a super-wide-angle, old-school image
UPC: 839228005500
In the Box
Lomography Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens
  • Lens Cap
  • Neck Strap
  • Diana Book
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Lomography Diana+ specs

    Camera Type Zone Focus Camera
    Film Back/Loading 120 mm film
    Accepts 35 mm film with Diana+ 35 mm Back
    Film Type 120 mm film with two image sizes:
    5.2 x 5.2 cm: 12 exposures
    4.2 x 4.2 cm: 16 exposures
    Lens Size: 75 mm
    Removable for wide-angle pinhole shots
    Shutter Variable shutter:
    "N" mode for bright daytime shots
    "B" Bulb for unlimited long exposures
    Focusing System Zone focus
    Focus Modes Close: 3.3 - 6.6' (1.0 - 2.0 m) Near: 6.6 - 13' (2.0 - 4.0 m) Far: 13' - infinity (4.0 m to infinity)
    Viewfinder Optical viewfinder above lens
    Multiple Exposure Possible by not manually winding film between shots
    Power Source N/A
    Tripod Mount 1/4"-20
    Dimensions 5 x 3.75 x 3" (12.5 x 9.5 x 7.6 cm)
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
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    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 6.3 x 4.6"

    Lomography Diana+ reviews

    Diana+ Zone Focus Film Camera with 75mm Lens is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Versatile Plastic Camera While I enjoy shooting with my Canon XT, I love the freedom to be expressive by using my Holga and Diana+ cameras. The Holga is a sturdier camera and about half the cost of the Diana+. What I like about the Diana+ is, besides having the 3 f-stops of the old Diana, the Diana+ also has Pinhole. The Holga only has 1 f-stop. The Diana+ lens can easily be removed to shoot ultra-wide angle pinhole images. Once done, the lens snaps back on. Or, leave the lens on and shoot slightly sharper images with a more normal angle. It also comes with a tripod mount and inserts to allow for 12, 16 and Panorama images.
    Date published: 2008-01-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Diana F+ Camera This camera is great fun if you want to take old fashioned pictures, just as they would have looked around the turn of the 20th century. A light, plastic camera, it feels more like a toy, but its fun and easy to use, and puts the mystery back into photography that is lost with instant-view digital. One note of caution though: handle this camera carefully because being plastic and cheaply made it is likely to break easily. Be especially careful loading and unloading the 120 film cartridges it takes. For extra fun, try using the pinhole feature for mysterious, dark, grainy, dreamy pictures. I recommend buying a padded case to protect the camera when transporting. Great fun!
    Date published: 2010-11-28
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Takes a bit of work With digital you can make sure you get what you want in the photo. I wanted to go back to guessing for a while. This camera is pretty well -made, and easy to use. The film winder is noisy, though, so know that. I've run a couple of rolls of film in it so far, some interesting shots but I have a way to go. The Lomo website shows some very interesting photos, which have probably been taken by folks who have been using this camera for a while. Give it a try, but don't expect 'wow' in your photos right away.
    Date published: 2009-09-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Such a Great Camera! I use the Diana Camera almost everyday and I love it! Even though film is great and leaves you with suspense of what your outcome is, I think that it's best to buy the instant print back which is about $75.00 and is totally worth it! Note: At first, this is an intricate camera! But by about 5-10 shots you'll be a pro. Reccomended ages: 12+
    Date published: 2012-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super cool and well-built lomo camera! I bought a Diana F+ after dropping and cracking my Holga. The Diana produces the same type of images as the Holga (color saturated, vignetted (blown out edges and faux fisheye), unpredictable), but is of infinitely better build quality (my Holga is more duct tape than plastic at this point). The Diana allows you to adjust for subject distance (near to far) and lighting (sunny, partly sunny, cloudy), can function as a pinhole camera, and has a B setting which lets you keep the shutter open for low-light/nighttime/time-lapse shots. The only thing missing is a hot-shoe, but you can buy the super adorable, vintage inspired Diana flash. For a plastic toy camera, the Diana is well-made and sturdy. The back of the camera slides into place and is secured with a small crank lock. I never worry about this camera when I toss it in my bag or throw it over my shoulder. If you are looking for a rugged plastic toy 120 camera, the Diana F+ is the way to go!
    Date published: 2012-02-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good to learn with Having never shot Medium format and wanting to learn, I bought this to work with. So far the only major cons are in myself. LOL But there are a few things to watch for with this camera. The shutter release is right in the middle of the lens mount, so you have a tendency to bring the lens down when you shoot. The camera has no adjustments, so it does not have very much low light ability. THe Film brackets are hard to define if you don't know much about this type of system, so be ready to ruin a roll of film, but after that you get used to these, it is not too bad a system. Very basic, but it does work good.
    Date published: 2010-06-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like Dreamy images dripping with color? I started off with a Holga camera and soon thereafter I HAD to buy a Diana F+! This camera has different characteristics than a Holga, but any Holga user who hasn't tried a Diana F+ should do so immediately! B&H has the best price on these, so it can't hurt to treat yourself to one of these right now! You can shoot 120 film as-is and there are accessories available that enable you to shoot 35mm or even instant film! Another feature the Diana F+ offers is a pinhole function to take long, pinhole exposures. Just twist off the lens and set the aperture to P and mount on a tripod... and now you can take some of coolest wide-angle shots you will ever take! The Diana F+ comes wonderfully packaged with the camera, a strap, lens cap, film masks and even a hardcover book which got me through a day of jury duty recently! The book includes plenty of Diana facts, history, tips, tricks & a ton of wonderful images taken with this camera. If you want a 60's snapshot look or even just a fun new way to shoot photos- The Diana F+ is your girl! I've run several rolls of film through it and I still haven't lost the stupid grin on my face! This is pure photo-pleasure!
    Date published: 2010-08-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it!! I had to buy this camera for school and now I just can't wait to see the next set images I take. The dreamy look you get with this is addictive. Just remember it is only a plastic lens camera. Have fun with it. One thing that is hard to get used to is that you really have to pay attention to what you are shooting. It is very easy to crop out what you were intending on capturing.
    Date published: 2012-05-09
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