Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera

Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera

Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera

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Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera

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The Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens is roughly equivalent to a 25mm lens on a 35mm format camera, and provides a 120° angle of view. This allows you to use your Diana+ as a tool to shoot wider vistas, inspiring landscapes, cityscapes and architecture. The dreamy look and feel of the classic Diana+ image is fully maintained, with signature darkening and a bit of blurriness at the corners.

Includes dedicated wide angle viewfinder, with viewfinder mount
UPC: 839228005654
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Lomography 38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera
  • Lens Caps
  • Viewfinder
  • Viewfinder Mount
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Lomography Z720 specs

    Focal Length 38 mm
    Angle of View @ Infinity 120°
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.9 x 4.3 x 2.3"

    Lomography Z720 reviews

    38mm Super Wide Angle Lens for Diana+ Camera is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 12.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it for Diana, not really for DSLR My favorite lens for my Diana. I prefer it in '16 frame mode'. Very comfortable focal length. I dare say it's 'sharp' compared to the 75mm. Focuses closer too.I bought the adaptor for my digital also, but don't use it. I will keep the Lomo look for the Lomo camera. It's not the same on digital for some reason. Just get the Diana, it's too cheap not too.I give it 5 stars only because it's fun. Don't expect anything mind blowing out of this lens, probably won't change your life or anything. It's only $
    Date published: 2010-11-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Creative rut? Get this lens! Okay, so I gave 5 stars to a plastic optic. I can explain. When I am in a creative rut I bust out my Diana lenses and give myself a challenge. They hardly let in any light, vignette, blur and all that great stuff. No brainless shooting of the same things, in the same way as usual. You have to think with this stuff. There are barely any adjustments you can make to the lens - so you have to adjust yourself. I have 3 Diana lenses so far. This one and my 110mm Soft focus are my favourites. The 55mm is okay....maybe better to use with the macro attachment - at least for me. For someone with a different style than me this may not be the case. (I do shoot with my digital full frame camera - not a Diana film camera - this would make a huge difference in the end result and change ones preferences considerably, I'm sure.)
    Date published: 2010-12-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dreamy and Soft This is a very funny, all-plastic little lens. The aperture is fixed and the focus barrel gives approximate results all the time no matter what; and that's the beauty of it! The contrast is low and there is plenty of aberration with uncontrollable flares with even just a little in-camera light. Awesome! Great to get the toy camera effect and some really romantic and vintage style shots. Can't complain much about the price either. I use it on a DSLR with great results, you will need an adapter sold separately though, and some tape as it wiggles and come off loose often(!). You have to be creative with the light when shooting and experiment in post to achieve the best results; don't expect to drop it in, shoot candid and get Lomography results because on a digital camera you won't. Is easy and difficult to use at the same time. Just put your shooting mode to M and go for it, lots of fun!
    Date published: 2011-02-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Glossy semi-vintage look I orignally expected more from this lens. Hooked it up to my Canon DSLR with the lens adapter and was underwhelmed with the results. I guess I just expected a more Diana look. Simply put, if you want that Lomography look, get the Diana camera instead of this. But if you want a lens that gives you a dreamy shot with a warmer color hue than go with this. Just don't get too excited about it.
    Date published: 2010-08-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A journey to the Dreamworld After trying Holga and Diana at B&H Superstore, I've decided to go with Diana, because I did not like the vignetting that Holga produces on a full frame. The feel of the lens is very plastic. It is not a every-day-use lens but is small and lightweight so I can always keep it in my photo-bag.
    Date published: 2011-12-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dreamy glow I use this lens on my Diana with the instant back. It looks just fine with that setup. When used on my SLRs with the Nikon adapter, it adds an interesting glow and soft focus effect to the image. My only complaint is its a bit over priced, 20$ would have been much more reasonable.
    Date published: 2012-07-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap, lo-fi goodness... I use this product on my Canon EOS 7D with the adapter also sold by Lomographic. It works really well, perfectly achieving that lo-fi look - a soft, dream-like image that reminds one of film cameras from decades ago. Very fun to play around with.
    Date published: 2011-02-16
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Maybe! I love the publicity that comes with this lens however mounting it on my canon dslr just doesnt seem to work. I might not have used it enough but if you decide to by this lens, you my as well buy the actual Diana Camera, hope it works.
    Date published: 2010-05-04
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