Attention, Diana Mini owners and shooters! It's time for us to take a look back at some helpful and insightful tipsters by our fellow lomographers on Diana's little sister! Find out what tips and tricks you can try when shooting with the Diana Mini after the jump!
Like with most film and Lomography cameras, it’s always possible to take splitzed images by making and using your own splitzers! Refer to the tipster above to find out how quickly and easily you can make one for your Diana Mini, or, you can likewise try another version
Unfortunately lost your Diana Mini’s precious lens cap? It’s not that bad says lomographer sims, since you may well be able to find a replacement (temporary or otherwise) just around the corner! Find out more about your possible lens cap solution through the tipster above!
Are you not getting enough Diana Mini snaps from your 35mm film? It’s possible to get more out of your 36 exposure films when shooting with the Diana Mini—the secret lies in the tipster above by ululchen! After you’ve read it and decided to try it out, do check out a related tipster by renenob. There, he presents a way to make it easier for us to remember how far we’ve gone and how many frames we have left with a printable click guide that we can stick at the back of the Diana Mini and mark as we shoot!
Last but not the least is the tipster above by wen_xiang_chue_93 showing us how it’s possible to shoot fisheye photos using the Diana Mini! It’s a quick and easy trick, and even cheap if you happen to have a Holga 135/120 Fisheye lens as well!
The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!