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Stretch Everything Out With the Diana Instant Back+ and the Diana+ 38mm Superwide Lens

Time to stretch out to the farthest and widest depths of the world - and capture it instantly!

The Diana+ 38mm Superwide lens, is one hell of a wide photo stretcher. Boasting a 25mm focal length equivalent to 35mm cameras, subjects up-close are stretched, landscapes bask in their full glory. By pairing it with our latest, greatest accessory – the Diana Instant Back+ you get top-notch, ultra-wide instant film photos you could brag about to your favourite travel-savvy friends. Take snapshots of great buildings beyond what your normal eyesight could offer!

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

written by kazarareta


  1. lomodirk


    Nice instants ;)

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  2. xbalboax


    great shots! 38mm is my fav lens as well

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  3. aprilcherrie


    I'm wondering... can we actually take multi exposure on this diana instant back? how can we work that out?
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  4. panelomo


    coool idea!

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  5. abbierhoad


    Just don't eject the film after the first shot. It does not always work to well. I haven't gottne much of anything to work well. But we just keep trying!!! I love the instant back!! Gives me something to look at while I wait for film to be developed.
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