Diana+ 35mm Back


Even more options for your Diana F+ with the 35mm Back!

The Diana+ 35mm Back expands the possibilities for you that the Diana F+ anyway already have, again enormously.

It was the reason why I about bought a Diana half a year ago. I was totally amazed by the photos with the exposed “sprockets”. To expose pictures with their perforation included is real madness!

I loved it and I still do. I have the back of one of my two Dianas, and I always remember to always have this camera with me. She is, so to speak, my “always this camera.”

The rear part is supplied with four frames: panoramic format with or without perforation exposed, and standard, with or without perforation. Depending on the extent you can do with a 35 mm film 27 or 36 shots (27 and 36 in panoramic standard). The built-in exposure meter indicates which photos you are at. Of course, endless panoramas are no problem, and you can even do multiple exposures. A detailed manual is included with the rear part.

You can finally use 35mm film with your Diana F+ camera with the "Diana+ 35mm Back:http://shop.lomography.com/diana-35mm-back! This unique accessory allows you to shoot ALL types of 35mm film, and you can have four different image formats, including panoramas and sprockets! Get your own Diana+ 35mm Back now.

written by kleeblatt on 2011-10-07 #gear #pool #review #flower #sprockets #goat #colour #rose #goose #lomography #user-review #cloverleaf
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Bringing an iconic aesthetic to square format instant photography, the Diana Instant Square fills frames with strong, saturated colors and rich, moody vignetting. Built to let your inspiration run wild, our latest innovation features a Multiple Exposure Mode, a Bulb Mode for long exposures, a hot shoe adapter and so much more! It’s even compatible with all of the lenses created for the Diana F+ so that you can shake up your perspective anytime, anywhere. No two shots will ever be the same. Back us on Kickstarter now!

One Comment

  1. blinghaha
    blinghaha ·

    Love the goose! Check out my first try with the 35mm back www.lomography.com/homes/blinghaha/albums/1749903-first-pan… just loaded my kodak 127 with 35mm for some more sprockety goodness :)

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