Simple and easy to make Diana F+ splitzer, and you probably have all the ingredients at home!
Not too long after the Diana joined our family, coming back from a little outing with the dogs and the cameras, the Diana’s lens cap disappeared. I searched the car and all the bags, at home – to no avail. Oh well, no more missing a photo because you forgot the lens cap on…
A few good weeks after, while I am locking my bike, I notice a black plastic round thing on the ground, where we usually park our car. The lens cap! There it was, all mashed up from being repeatedly parked on. I took it home and did my best to give it its shape back, but it was too late. It was still round and could fit on the lens, but it just fell off all the time. “Let’s make a splitzer out of it!” I thought. And that is what I did.
It is only a simple, half-half splitzer, but it works perfectly! All I did was carefully cut along the inner edge of the lens cap, from 0 to 180 degrees. Then another cut, a straight one, from top to bottom. I think the pictures are quite self-explanatory. (I needed to put some tape along the edge of the lens cap to keep it from falling off the lens, but this might not be the case if your cap wasn’t ran over by cars).
So, if you have an extra lens cap laying around, or you’re not really using it – split it up!