Diana Fisheye Lens: Also Great with 35mm Films

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You've got doubts about Diana Fisheye lens, using it with 35mm film? Here is the article that suits you!

The Diana F+ was my first LomoCamera, and still, despite having so many cameras, the one that I love the most thanks to its versatility!

The Diana Fisheye lens allows you to have more fun effects. I can’t deny that I fell in love with this camera due to the fact that I can attach a Fisheye lens to it!

But I’m a lover of 35mm film, so for the first time I was doubtful and uncertain about the results that this lens would bring with this kind of film. Take a look at the results below.

It ’s great in portraits, or in close up shots! The distortion that it is capable of producing, will be your faces strangely crooked! In addition to that, you will have the total security to be present in self-portraits!

Not only that, its 180 ° andgle will also ensure the presence of your friends in the group self-portraits!

If you use it to shoot landscapes, it will become your best friend! Its extreme wide-angle will help in producing breathtaking photos!

Use it at night in the evenings with friends, take her to the outings and your barbecues on the beach:

I almost forgot … it’s also animal-friendly.

What are you waiting for? Go to the LomoShop and get your Diana Fisheye Lens … A friend for your dear Diana F+

With the Diana+ 20mm Fisheye Lens, you can have a circular image on a square print. Get 180-degree images with the signature dreamy and soft-focused qualities of the iconic Diana camera using the Diana+ 20mm Fisheye Lens. Available in our Shop.

written by bonzone on 2012-04-04 in #reviews #lens #article #fisheye #diana-f #35mm-film

3 Comments

  1. iloveyousummer
    iloveyousummer ·

    i like this it hides the black ring around the image.

  2. lomonesia
    lomonesia ·

    this is more cool when you using fritz the blitz

  3. chilledvondub
    chilledvondub ·

    i agree that with the distortion comment its nicer to see the lack of black border which the lens forms but i still personally think Diana's are awful cameras! I personally feel you get better results using the attachment lens for the Holga and using the 35mm back (or DIY'ing yourself)

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