Lomography Diana Mini 35mm Camera

Lomography Diana Mini 35mm Camera

Lomography Diana Mini 35mm Camera

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The Diana Mini 35mm Camera from Lomography is the ultra-compact, version of the Diana F+ camera. This plastic camera with a wide angle lens allows users to get in close or choose between any of four focal distances. It has exposure settings: 'Sunny', 'Cloudy', or 'B'. The Mini has two formats, 36 square pictures or 72 half-frame pictures on one roll of 35mm film. Plus, users can swap between formats on the same roll with the flick of a button. The Diana Mini, to enhance creative possibilities, is ready and able to create multiple exposures. With the Diana Mini long exposures are easy thanks to the 'B' setting, tripod mount and cable release attachment - a Diana first.

Uses 35mm film and standard development
Shoot 72 rectangular half-frames, 36 square full-frame pictures or flick a switch and alternate between formats
Multiple exposure functionality
"B" mode for long exposures
Cable release attachment
Sunny and cloudy exposure settings
Tripod mount
Compatible with the Diana flash (not included)
Overlap frames across photos to create abstract panoramas
Lomographic's 14-day return policy plus 1-Year Limited Warranty.
UPC: 839228005869
In the Box
Lomography Diana Mini 35mm Camera
  • Diana Mini Camera
  • Carry Strap
  • Lens Cap
  • "Shoot Forever" Diana Mini Book
  • Manual
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    Lomography Mini specs

    Lens Plastic wide angle
    Format 35mm
    Focusing Fixed
    Focusing Range 4 settings:
    13.12' (4 m) to infinity
    6.56' (2 m) to 13.12' (4 m)
    3.28' (1 m) to 6.56' (2 m)
    1.14' (0.5 m)
    Metering Type N/A
    Shutter Speed Sunny, Cloudy, 'B'
    ISO Range N/A
    Flash Optional
    Flash Range Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Self Timer No
    Exp. Compensation No
    Multi Exposure Yes
    Adjustable Diopter No
    Continuous Shooting No
    Weather Resistant Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Color Black/teal blue
    Power Source N/A
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 8.92 oz (253 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.3 x 4.6 x 4.0"

    Lomography Mini reviews

    Diana Mini 35mm Camera is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 22.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUPER FUN!!! If you are looking at this page then you are probably looking for something that will create interesting abstract photos and not perfect sharp images. This camera creates some wonderful images and you can fit soooo many shots on one roll. When shooting in half frame if you hold the camera normally you get a portrait shot and if you put it on its side you get landscape (so it is reversed) . The construction of the camera is surprisingly sturdy, the only thing I don't love is the winder just stops for the next frame but is is not a very positive stop because you can still rotate it a little but it has not caused any real problems and for this price you really can't complain. I recommend a 400-800 iso film. The book that comes with it is pretty cool as well (very inspirational).
    Date published: 2012-06-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, Compact Toy Camera I purchased this camera a couple of weeks ago and shot a roll of Tri-X to test it out. Once I developed and scanned the images, I was very pleased. It's what one comes to expect from a Diana camera, just in 35mm format. Oh, and the cable release socket feature is nice, in case you want to shoot long exposures. The Diana Mini fits in my jacket pocket and is ready whenever I want it. A very nice toy camera. I haven't tried the half-format feature because I really can't wait to shoot 72 images before seeing what I have. I can't say that there's anything about this camera that I DON'T like, yet.
    Date published: 2011-12-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Diana Mini is fantastic fun! Despite its size, the Mini actually packs quite a punch when it comes to analog image capture. Depending on the film specification (400, 800, BW, color, etc.), the Mini's repertoire ranges from the cheeky over-saturated signature Lomo style, to the traditional and poignant black and white landscapes or portraits. Indeed, the Diana Mini is a wonderful sister to the Diana F.
    Date published: 2009-11-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved This! I was looking into buying a diana F+ Camera, but when I saw the little mini, i just couldn't pass it up. It fits easily into my purse and travels with me often! The only trouble I had was when I first started using it, the film roll got stuck. Now that I've gotten used to it, it has been easy to use! Such unique pictures for such a small camera!
    Date published: 2009-11-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from rips sprockets apart! The very first film I tried in the Mini Dianna was destroyed by the sprocket advance notches (for lack of the correct term) I shoot with Holgas all the time and I love the affect Krappy cameras give an image, but if the essential workings of the camera do not work and you are not able to customize it; What good is the camera?
    Date published: 2010-10-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Little Camera I'm using this camera for some fun street photography, nothing serious. So far it's proven very easy to use, has really great results, and a lot of people ask me about it. It's small enough to fit in your pocket and works well with all sorts of film. So far I've tried Kodak ISO 100, 400 color and some Fuji ISO 3200 black and white film. Being a film camera, it obviously doesn't have many of the benefits of a digital camera. That being said, it has the cute form factor, the traditional feel of loading film, and the surprise factor since you don't know what you're going to see until you actually get your film printed. It's a lomo camera so expect weird colors, over exposed edges and light leaks galore. At the end of the day it shouldn't be considered anything more than a toy, but it's a fun one. I'd also consider using it for some cool projects.
    Date published: 2010-01-11
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Off to a rocky start... This camera seems like it was made very cheaply & I feel like I have to be very careful with it. But then again, it is a toy camera. I had a lot of trouble with my 1st roll of film. Initially, I couldn't advance the film or switch back & forth between half-frame & full-frame. So I decided to open it up again to see if I could fix whatever the problem was. Upon reloading the film the problem was solved. After I fixed that, the counter didn't work so I had no idea how many pics I had taken or how many were left. To top it off, the lab's machine messed up my negatives & I only got half of my pictures back. (Not the camera's fault though!) Hopefully things will go smoother with my 2nd roll of film. I've heard lots of great things about this camera, so I'm hoping I just needed to work out the kinks & it'll be smooth sailing from here.
    Date published: 2011-07-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple and fun to use I've had my Diana Mini for several months now. For such a basic camera it works very well and it fun to use. It definitely makes it easier to take fun portraits of people and it's a conversation starter. It's easy to forget the distance ring but it does focus at the specified distances. Because the aperture is small it is a light-hungry camera. I have found that it works best with ISO 400 and higher film to get the best results.
    Date published: 2011-08-21
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