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Another Industry First: Multi-Exposures on Instant Film with the Diana+ and the Instant Back!

One of the technique favourites of our analogue aficionados, multi-exposures (without photo manipulation) are here to stay - and can now be seen with the Instant Film format!

Ever wondered when will be the day multi-exposures will finally surface on the Instant film format? The wait is finally over, as you can now bring those wacky, artsy mini doubles and multiples you’ve come to love to the Instant film game! Attach your new nifty Diana Instant Back+, click once, click twice, click multiple times – the possibilities are endless! Remember to wait a minute and a half (or two) for the emulsion to settle and you’re good to go!

Experience the magic in low-light situations by adding a Colorsplash Flash or Diana+ Flash!

Grab the Diana Instant Back+ and Diana F+ at our shop now and take a whole new world of analogue possibilities!

written by kazarareta

8 comments

  1. stouf

    stouf

    N°5 is totally crazy !!!

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  2. scootiepye

    scootiepye

    This addition to the Diana + is going to be FUN !

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  3. scootiepye

    scootiepye

    This addition to the Diana + is going to be FUN !

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  4. vinter

    vinter

    No2 is rad. It sure is going to be funnnnnnn :o)

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  5. u-t-e

    u-t-e

    Oh yeah!!!! It looks surreal! Seeing instant doubles is so weird, yet so cool!

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  6. graefin

    graefin

    I've always wanted to do that!!!

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  7. maddyoulook

    maddyoulook

    i'm so depressed...i have no diana f+ *sniff*

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  8. iamnihilism

    Dude.. You should have done some research before stating "Ever wondered when will be the day multi-exposures will finally surface on the Instant film format? The wait is finally over..." because Polaroid Land cameras have been capable of multiple exposures on instant film since the day they were first made in 1947. Do your homework if you plan to write about instant film, some of us have actually been using instant film and instant film cameras for longer than this cheaply made Diana back was ever in production. Thanks for being uninformed and making it sound like lomography is doing something new when in fact they are just reusing old technique and technology yet again.
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