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A Dreamy Desire: Part Three

Slowly but surely, we’ve come to the end of Dreamy Desire. We’re pretty sure you’ll figure out what we have in store for you from today’s post. So why not take a moment and enjoy these music clips?

Figured out what mystery product we have coming up? Leave a comment. There’s very little time left to wait and your patience will be rewarded.

written by webo29

23 comments

  1. letsgetfunkyy

    letsgetfunkyy

    bad clue.. we already knew it had something to do with diana..

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  2. sobiksaabik

    sobiksaabik

    Diana Nano - 110 film Diana.

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  3. poppyprongs

    poppyprongs

    Diana F+sheye

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  4. zellkris

    my guess is the Diana Dreamer....
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  5. itsdebraanne

    itsdebraanne

    i don't care what it is. all i care is i can afford it (; #brokecollegestudent

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  6. myfolkway

    myfolkway

    @zellkris the Diana Dreamer is still available at Urban Outfitters ! Plus, it's just another Diana clone, nothing new really... Otherwise the new Maps editions would have been an event too. There will definitely be some NEW big add or change in this mystery product !

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  7. qlamerand

    qlamerand

    Diana Baby obviously

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  8. nuo2x2

    nuo2x2

    positevely a Diana, with both macro and wide features!! I hope ;)

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  9. minchi

    minchi

    I agree with @qlamerand

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  10. saidseni

    saidseni

    Diana Baby, I have no doubt. Yeah! Lets hear Diana Ross! I LOVE to hear her with Jay Kay from Jamiroquai: http://www.youtube.c(…)kNjahtzJ1Lo

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  11. saidseni

    saidseni

    Someone mentioned before that the 110 Lomography films have written "to use with baby cameraS". Soo... Diana now, what's next? There will never be a Baby LC-A, right...?

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  12. steffie222

    steffie222

    A Diana water camera?
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  13. dikasapi

    dikasapi

    Diana baby 110

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  14. lichtschilder

    lichtschilder

    110 back for the diana?

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  15. jaybees80

    jaybees80

    infrared 120 color for the diana and other medium format

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  16. du3ky

    du3ky

    Please not another 110 remake

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  17. chetsellars

    Diana Wide, obviously.

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  18. lomonesia

    lomonesia

    i agree with @minchi

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  19. tumbler

    tumbler

    A Diana Perfekt?

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  20. chetsellars

    I'm guessing a Diana Wide because: The first hint was a series of photos whose subject started with the letter 'D' (Die, Dandelion, Doorbell, Dots, Dominoes, Daisy, Doll). The second clue was the formats-- all the images featured were either square format (staple of Diana cameras) or wide format. The last clue, and the most obvious, was the name of our future 'Dreamy Desire', the Diana. So, that's why I'm convinced it's a Diana Wide/Diana Pano.

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  21. schemerel

    schemerel

    but there are already 2 wideangle lenses available for the diana

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  22. blablabla-anab

    blablabla-anab

    110 mm panorama / wide Diana ? That would be actually quite cool as I have been hoping for some 110 camera that wasn't fisheye (not my cup of tea really) and I love wide angle and/or panorama cameras :)

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  23. schemerel

    schemerel

    I think you might be right

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