Use film canisters to create a splitzer for your DianaF+.
What you need:
Black film canister
First, cut the black film canister in half
Then, measure around 1cm from the mouth of the film canister. Use the rubber as a marker. Cut smile strips from where you first cut the canister up to the rubber marker (see photo), so you can easily create a 1cm splitzer. Finally, cut the canister cover in half (much better if you have the black canister cover).
And now you have a DIY Splitzer from empty film canister:
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