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Spotted: The Lovely Diana F+ in a Fashion Catalogue

Our lovely princess Diana F+ camera was seen in the pages of a fashion catalogue. For sure this plastic beauty is becoming more and more noticed!

The Diana F+ is being noticed by the fashion industry!

I couldn’t help but being gladly surprised when, as I was browsing the Winter Sale catalogue of Woolovers, I found the classic Diana F+ featured in one of the pictures. A beautiful blond model looking very happy with her camera… even if she looks like a bit clueless.

I guess everyone is starting to notice that untouched, unpretentious, analogue beauty is the real beauty! Diana F+ is one of the most popular and iconic cameras from Lomography. It produces the most dreamy images, with the most amazing vignetting, giving your pictures that special vintage feel you can’t really get with no other camera. And when you can get images as dreamy as the ones Diana allows for, who can blame others from being curious?

The Diana F+ is a new twist on the ‘60s classic cult camera. Famous for its dreamy and soft-focused images, the Diana F+ is now packed with extra features such as panorama and pinhole capabilities. Available in our Online Shop.

written by anafaro

4 comments

  1. elvis

    elvis

    I guess that she is searching for the digital image on the back ( after taking a fotograph ) :-)

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  2. gregor-muller

    gregor-muller

    just what i thought. looks like she is looking for the screen!

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  3. anafaro

    anafaro

    @elvis, @gregor-muller: I completely agree... that's why I said she looks a bit clueless...

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  4. gregor-muller

    gregor-muller

    but if this is the case i think it is a bit sad. because they wanted to show the beauty of the diana but still ewoke the "feel" of a digital camera because people can relate more to that...

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