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Diana Baby 100 12mm Lens : Tiny Snapper, Giant Surprise

Valentine's day is coming. And there is no better pair for the Diana Baby 110 other than the 12mm wide angle lens. Find out how a 12mm lens can make you fall in love!

Love is in the air when Diana Baby meet the 12mm lens! Yes, one of my favorite thing about the Diana Baby is its interchangeable lens. As the advertisement said, “Pair this accessory with the Diana Baby 110 camera and expect endless small-scale fun!” I have no doubt that this tiny snapper can give me a giant surprise.

As we all know, there are currently 2 lenses available for Diana Baby 110. One is the 24mm lens, and one is the 12mm wide-angle lens.
If you use the 24mm lens, your image result will be the one that you see in the little box inside the viewfinder. It is very small, indeed. And for me, it’s kinda hard to compose the photo because i often miscalculate the distance. But, it’s best when you want to take a close-up portrait.

Photo by bebopbebop

On the other hand, if you use the 12mm lens, the image result will be the whole thing that you see in the viewfinder. You can easily compose your photo and get wide result with the square format! Sweet isn’t it ?

The lens comes with a lens cap for protection when not in use. You can keep it in anywhere you like, but don’t forget where you keep it because it’s very small. I even don’t notice that i’m carrying it in my pocket sometimes!

So that’s all from me! Don’t hesitate to attach the 12mm lens to your tiny snapper and get ready to be blown away! Lomo on!

Photo by bebopbebop

written by bebopbebop


  1. adi_totp



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  2. bebopbebop


    sweet! :"" @adi_totp

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  3. istionojr


    bebop's first! :D

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  4. spidey27


    mantab.. mw donk mini ny.. ;p

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  5. bsdunek


    Interesting, but, what's with all the dirt and scratches? Especially on the color shots.

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  6. bebopbebop


    @bsdunek i believe it's because the quality of the photo lab in my city. they are not used to developed 110 films.

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