Lomography Lomo Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator Camera

Lomography Lomo Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator Camera

Lomography Lomo Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator Camera

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Product Highlights

  • Plastic Construction
  • Uses 120 or 35mm Film
  • Colored Pinhole Pictures
  • No Lens or Shutter
  • 12- or 16- Shot Settings
  • 3 Format Options
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The Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator from Lomographic is a multi-pinhole camera that enables you to expose 1, 2 or 3 pinholes on one frame. When you combine this with the included color gels you get a wild, psychedelic effect.

In addition to multi-pinhole options, you can also select from three photo formats using the frame masks included in the pack. Use with your Diana Instant Back+ (not included) to produce multi-pinhole instant photos. Plus, try shooting multi-pinholes using the Diana+ Flash (not included)- it's easy with the in-built flash plug.

Shoot 1, 2, or 3 pinholes on one frame
Three Format Options: 12-shots, 16-shots or endless panorama
Fully Manual
Accepts 120 or 35mm film (with optional Diana+ 35mm Back)
Easy to Operate
Can be used with Diana Instant Back+ (optional) for instant photos
Compatible with Diana+ Flash (optional)
Tripod mount
UPC: 839228005593
In the Box
Lomography Lomo Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator Camera
  • 5 x Colored Gels and Adapter
  • User Manual
  • 14-Day Return Period & Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Lomography Diana Multi-Pinhole specs

    Camera Type Pinhole Camera
    Film Back/Loading Manual
    Film Type 120 or 35mm (with optional Diana 35mm+ Back)
    Focal Length 29mm
    Diameter Pinhole: 0.227mm
    Angle of View 103° (17mm equivalent on standard 35mm format)
    f/Stop f/128
    Lens Mount N/A
    Shutter Full Manual T shutter
    Image Size 2.04 x 2.04" (52 x 52mm), 12 photos
    1.65 x 1.65" (42 x 42mm), 16 photos
    1.83 x 1.83" (46.5 x 46.5mm) (with frame insert)
    Endless Panorama
    Shutter Release N/A
    Self Timer No
    Flash Synchronization Yes, via Diana Flash Plug
    Exposure Metering No
    Exposure Bracketing No
    Exposure Compensation No
    Depth-of-Field Preview No
    Viewfinder Yes
    Viewfinder Info No
    Film Transport Manual
    Multiple Exposure Yes
    Focusing System N/A
    Power Source N/A
    Custom Functions N/A
    Data Imprinting No
    Tripod Mount Yes
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.9 x 5.8 x 2.8"

    Lomography Diana Multi-Pinhole reviews

    Lomo Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator Camera is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for what it is! Cheap. Cheerful.� Light. Simple.� I wanted a pinhole camera that would be utterly non-threatening, and this is it--unlike the boxier (Obscura, for example) cameras, no one will mistake this for a bomb in an airport. :)� I like the normal Diana for pinhole shots, but forcing the shutter in place with the "key" or the cable release is simply too extra. This sucker is simple to load, and with some adhesive putty, you can stick it anywhere--I do long exposures to capture the impression of my classroom inside, and the students love the shots.� The gel filters are really fun combing with the multiple pinholes.� It really gets you to pay attention, since even with a light meter you need to do some math and think about the shots, but that's part of the appeal of pinhole cameras.
    Date published: 2018-05-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from good Never had one before and looking forward to the results. However, loading the film was awkward, the diresctions weren't clear enough and the first few frames were hard to advance. other than that it's pretty cool.
    Date published: 2012-03-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Toy Camera I have enjoyed the images I have taken with this camera. There are no light leaks so far, but I have not used in full light yet. Would recommend this camera.
    Date published: 2017-02-05
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