Introducing The Diana Baby 110

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Lomography proudly presents the Diana Baby 110, the second member of the Lomography 110 Camera Family! This tiny camera is super easy to use and comes packed with creative features! Read on to find out all about it!

The Diana Baby 110 might be a small camera, but she is certainly capable of big and exciting things!

Interchangeable Lenses

The Diana Baby 110 comes with two great lens options: Shoot beautiful, dreamy square photos with the 24mm lens or use the 12mm lens to produce ultra-cool, ultra-wide-angle square shots!

Easy Multiple and Long Exposures

Getting creative with the Diana Baby 110 couldn’t be simpler! Click away with effortless multiple exposures and switch to the ‘B’ setting for fun long-exposure shots.

Made For 110 Film

This tiny baby will have you experimenting with 110 film in no time at all! It’s so easy to replace cartridges that surely no moment will be left unrecorded. Just make sure to stock up on Orca 110 B&W Film and Color Tiger 110 Film before heading out on your analogue journeys!

PC Flash Connector

A standard feature of the Diana Baby 110, you can use any hot-shoe flash including the Colorsplash Flash or Diana F+ Flash once the PC Flash Adaptor is attached.

Diana Baby 110 Packages

The Diana Baby 110 is available in two charming packages. Pick the most suitable for you and make your order before launch stock runs out!

Diana Baby 110 with 24mm Lens
Diana Baby 110 +Lens Package

Want to find out all there is to know about the Diana Baby 110 and other Lomography 110 Cameras? head to the 110 Camera Microsite

written by webo29 on 2012-08-23 in #news #diana-baby-110-selected #square #orca #tiger #features #baby-110-selected #analogue-cameras #analogue-photography #diana #baby #110

6 Comments

  1. alfonso_deasis
    alfonso_deasis ·

    GAAAAAHHHHH!! want it so bad! still not in the philippines till 30th!

  2. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    Cool

  3. mensa
    mensa ·

    woah! nice job.

  4. lomonesia
    lomonesia ·

    i knew it,it was Diana baby 110!So,What's next?LC-A baby 110?

  5. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Please add 127 and 620 to the films list and you will cover the most common Kodaks. And I'd love a Diana in 127 with 45mm and 20mm lenses!! Thanx.

  6. fordharrisonn
    fordharrisonn ·

    Very exciting introduction of "The Diana Baby 110"!! I really like this little cute camera and already purchased one to impress my buddies. It's very useful for spying as well. Thanks.
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