Many of us have experienced what it's like to go backpacking. Whether it was an adventure to explore great Asian cultures or a road trip through Europe, we've have lugged those huge backpacks full of memories with us throughout our journeys. So where do you keep your camera to take pictures when on these memorable trips?
Well, the Diana Baby 110 would be your perfect companion for a trip to the unknown. You can slip it on the side pocket of your backpack or maybe it’ll fit in one of your pant pockets!
Check out these travel photos – they’re not taken with the Diana Baby 110, but we can’t wait to see some awesome travel photos taken with the Diana Baby soon!
Use that tiny Diana Baby 110 and snap pictures of whatever will make you remember the great moments spent with the buddies you met during your travels.
Need to know more about the Diana Baby before you take her out on a trip? Check out the 110 Camera Microsite.
Lomography proudly presents the Diana Baby 110 , the second member of the Lomography 110 Camera Family. Easy to use and packed with creative features, with this tiny camera you can choose between two interchangeable lenses; shoot breathtaking wide-angle shots with the 12mm lens or switch to the 24mm lens for standard square photos. Read more on the 110 Camera Microsite
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