The Diana Mini Gets Cloned

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Like things simple and clean? The Diana Mini White will charm your minimalist heart with its all white-beauty. This first Diana Mini clone boasts the same cute-and-convenient features that you love in the original Diana Mini, in a fresh new outfit!

Get Fresh with the new Diana Mini White

White as snow, radiating an ethereal glow – the Diana family’s little plastic sweetheart updates her look with a fresh coat of white. If you like things simple and clean, the Diana Mini White will definitely reel you in. Boasting the same qualities as the original Diana Mini, this minimalist clone takes pictures in two formats – square or half-frame – using all kinds of 35mm film. Get the distinctly dreamy Diana appeal conveniently with the new Diana Mini White!

Highlights:

  • Bright and clean-looking in its all-white look
  • Pocket-sized, lightweight, and oh-so-cute
  • Uses 35mm film and standard development.
  • Two formats to choose from, in just one flick of a switch – Half-Frame Format (can take up to 72 shots in a * 35mm roll), and Square Format
  • Easily shoot multiple long exposures

Shop for the Diana Mini White camera
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Discounts on Diana Mini Accessories

Fancy a flash? Get 10% off the Diana F+ Flash Black when bought together with the Diana Mini White camera. This sleek-looking black accessory will perfectly complement the stark-white beauty of the camera!

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written by shhquiet on 2010-07-28 in #news

8 Comments

  1. nural
    nural ·

    awww is it greedy to want this too?!?!?

  2. ilovemydiana
    ilovemydiana ·

    its very pretty

  3. elletra
    elletra ·

    I think that this will be my next camera purchase...

  4. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    Yeah, it's pretty, but I think i prefer it a pink blue color on the lens part. Kikikii

  5. cassmac
    cassmac ·

    so fresh!

  6. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    Awesome! I want one.

  7. izaiza
    izaiza ·

    So do I!

  8. melysulastri
    melysulastri ·

    damn so cute
    one please :P

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