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One of my first Lomo cams was a Diana ,but I sold it 3 month ago .Sniff

Oh ya I miss my Diana ,I had a deluxe kit .I loved the square format The photos were so vibrant !
Iit was really hard to get the film developed I had to send it out and had to wait 2-3 weeks to get it back ,never mind the cost $30.00-$40.00 bucks every time !


I didn’t have any trouble with it at all It is so simple to us,except with the 35mm back ,I just couldn’t get used to the view finder !
So here I am waining about something I don’t have any more wawaaaaaa!
That’s way I bought a Diana mini a week ago my roll is almost full .
Can’t wait to see my photos .
Here are some more Diana F 120 shot’s for old times .

written by dyluzo

4 comments

  1. amyrose

    amyrose

    beautiful photos!

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  2. shoujoai

    shoujoai

    That's really sad :'( now I realize how happy I can be that my laboratory offers cheap developping! If you ever again have your hands on a Diana, maybe through a competition or sth, you should think about using b&w films only, order a big cheap bunch on ebay, and develop them at home!

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  3. alehopgm

    alehopgm

    Maybe @shoujoai is right. I have a Diana Mini and my girlfriend has a Diana F+, and I like her pictures more, it isn't the square format only. The film, the lens, the feelings... They are very different

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  4. dyluzo

    dyluzo

    Well guess what guys ? I bought a processing kit , a Mamiya and a new Diana Edelweiss!!.I already developed some 120 rolls and 35mm I love it they may not be perfect but good enough for me!!

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