New 110mm Soft Telephoto Lens for the Diana + and Diana F+

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Soft Focus and Delightfully Dreamy: The "perfect imperfections" of this Soft Telephoto lens were carefully engineered to produce the following sample images:

Soft Focus and Delightfully Dreamy: The “perfect imperfections” of this Soft Telephoto lens were carefully engineered to produce the following sample images:

Colorful, soft, slightly blurry, vignetted, and light-as-a-feather Diana+ snapshots that are definitely more dreamy and decidedly more atmospheric than the Diana+ images you know and love.

Get a Little Closer –
Zoom into your subject and shoot them from afar. Great for candid shots, street photos, distant mountains, and wild horses. Telephoto images also have a “compact perspective” meaning that face portraits look extra-nice.

Shallow depth of field –
As the focal length of your lens gets longer, the depth of field becomes more shallow. Shoot on a smaller aperture for a dual-focus effect – with a focused subject against a creamy, blurry background.

Peer through the Viewfinder –
A viewfinder and plastic mounting bracket is included with your Soft Telephoto lens. Merely slip this onto the Diana+’s top crown, and get a full preview in front of your face.

Easy On / Easy Off –
The 110mm Soft Telephoto lens works with all Diana+ and Diana F+ cameras. Merely twist off the basic lens (as if you were going to take a pinhole shot), and instantly mount the lens. No mess, no hassle, and a whole lot of quickness.

The Soft Focus Telephoto is the youngest of four plastic siblings. If you haven’t met the family before, then extend your arm and give a hearty handshake all around. These other boys and girls work with every Diana+ and Diana F+ camera for a big interchangeable happy family:

Diana+ 20mm Fisheye
Circular fisheye images on a square print

Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide
A full-frame treat for the wide-angle connoisseur

Diana+ 55mm Wide & Close-Up
Two completely different perspectives in one lens package.

Diana+ Lens Bundles – It’s a tough choice. The Wide or the Tele? The Fisheye or the Close-Up? How about all of them at once! Fill your bag, your pockets, and your fannypack with Diana+ plastic optics and you’re covered for every possible eventuality. And save some pesos while you’re at it with our exclusive Lomography.com bundle deals:

Diana+ Lens Collection

Get the whole assortment! Twist off the basic 75mm Diana lens and slap on one of five different Diana+ perspectives.
105 Eur/135 Usd, Save 30 Eur/40 Usd with this exclusive bundle.

Diana+ Science Kit

Dive headfirst into the world of Diana+ and get each and every accessory you need for crucial medium-format analog snapshooting. We’re talking every Diana+ lens, two cameras (the Diana F+ and a rare Diana+ clone), the leather Diana+ bag, the magical Ringflash, and 15 rolls of film to get you started.
305 Eur/365 Usd
50 Eur/65 Usd

written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-08-28 in #news #lens #diana-f #diana

12 Comments

  1. lomodirk
    lomodirk ·

    A dream comes true :)

  2. tom_ashor_bhaan
    tom_ashor_bhaan ·

    yey, the guy with lomo 135bc, the beautiful camera! i have one i have one!!! :PPPP

  3. graefin
    graefin ·

    wow! As soon as I have a Diana I will try to get hold of the 35mm and of the lense package!

  4. brendend
    brendend ·

    I'll have to add this to my lomo shopping list! Sigh..

  5. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    great gallery

  6. zoe191
    zoe191 ·

    this should be my next purchase :)

  7. louvetau
    louvetau ·

    diana becomes stronger day by day. it seems she has it all. what is the next?!

  8. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    just placed my order an cannot wait to try the lens...

  9. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    Diana is my best friend. And "face portraits look extra nice..." that's awesome. i want my face to look extra nice! ha ha...

  10. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    who doesn't want it? so i will only shoot selfportraits
    hahahahahaha

  11. laineyrocks
    laineyrocks ·

    i didn't get a viewfinder with mine just the plastic mounting bracket, help??

  12. laineyrocks
    laineyrocks ·

    nevermind found out that the plastic mounting bracket is your viewfinder

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