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Diana F+ SLR Adaptor Debut Extended Rumble ended almost 5 years ago

Your first time is always worth remembering. This time around, show us the results of your first forays into using the Diana F+ SLR Adaptor!

photo by kokakoo

Was it good for you too? We want to hear about and more importantly, see how your first meeting with the Diana F+ SLR Adaptor went! Did you old film SLR get acquainted right away with the Diana Lenses? Or was there some awkwardness at the beginning? Don’t worry too much about it. Your SLRs and the Diana F+ SLR Adaptor are a match made in analogue heaven! So for this rumble, we want to see the fruits of your labor and you’ll get some Piggies in return! Please don’t forget to tag and put what kind of SLR you used though!

Details:

  • Film/Camera Type: Any analogue SLR camera photo using Diana F+ lenses with the Diana F+ Lens Adaptor.
  • 5 picture upload limit,at least 768px in either width or height
  • Photos must be tagged at least with camera, film and location.
  • 5 winners get 5 Piggies each
  • Meta data please (camera, film, location & 3 tags!)
  • By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.

written by cruzron

3 comments

  1. vicuna

    vicuna

    Unfortunately, the Diana F+ adaptors are only for Canon/Nikon cameras... Will there be a k-mount adapter???? I'm using a Ricoh KR10 with k-mount... and I'd really like to use all my Diana+ Lenses on it....

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  2. superlighter

    superlighter

    @ vicuna: there's a lot of ultra chep Canon/Nikon slr bodies-only on the net that are waiting to gettin "married" with our beloved Diana+ lenses, I've bought my Canon eos300 body for only 29 euros! less expensive than an actionsampler :) however, my favourite combination is eos300 with 55mm wide angle + close up lens!

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  3. stouf

    stouf

    @vicuna: You can find on e-bay adaptor rings. I did that to fit the Zenitar fisheye on my Canon. So I bought the Zenitar with a Nikon mount + an adaptor ring for Nikon lens to Canon Body. And it works perfectly ! I guess you can find a trick too...

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