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Taking Back Tipsters: Splitzer Tipsters for Diana Mini

Haven't tried taking splitzed photos yet using your Diana Mini? Then, It's time for you make a handy splitzer for your Mini mate using some easy to find materials. Find out how in the tipsters by our fellow lomographers after the jump!

Splitzed lomographs are among the most popular here in the community, achieved using either a dedicated Splitzer for the Lomo LC-A+ and for the Diana F+. But, what if you want to shoot splitzed photos with your Diana Mini? Diana F+ ‘s little sister doesn’t have a dedicated splitzer, but you can always make one for her! Check out the tipsters by our fellow lomographers to find out how to make an easy one for your Mini!

Photo by rancliffhasenza

Create Yourself a Diana Mini Splitzer by rancliffhasenza

Lomographer rancliffhasenza shows in the tipster above how you can make the simplest splitzer for your Diana Mini — you just need the gray cap of an empty plastic film canister!

Photo by ariannapaloma

Instant Splitzer for your beloved Diana Mini by ariannapaloma

Another version of the film canister cap splitzer is the one made by ariannapaloma, which gives you the option of experimenting with more than one shape and just cut away at the middle portion of the cap. Head to the tipster above and see if it’s the splitzer style you’re looking for!

DIY Splitzer for the Diana Mini by awitee

With this tipster by awitee, you can also quickly make a splitzer for the Mini using an unlikely yet sturdy material: a vitamin bottle cap! You may have some lying around your house, so don’t throw them away and try turning them into splitzers instead!

Got a rad idea for making a DIY splitzer for the Diana Mini? We’d very much like to try it out, so go ahead and submit a tipster!

The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!

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