Plastic is Fantastic, Surviving the Wired Italia Crash Test

2011-11-07 4

Ever wondered what would happen to your Diana CMYK if dropped down the stairs of the Milan Cathedral? Wired Italy did. We held our breaths, not because we thought it would break, but out of sympathy. Check out the results below!

Woohooo! She passed the test! We knew she could do it.

P.S. We do not recommend throwing your camera down a flight of stairs.

The Diana F+ CMYK is splashed with the four important colours in offset printing. Packed with the same features are the original Diana F+, this colourful clone will surely catch everyone’s attention. See it with the rest of the Diana Clones here!

written by lomography on 2011-11-07 #news #plastic-is-fantastic #surviving-the-wired-italia-crash-test

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4 Comments

  1. domo-guy
    domo-guy ·

    Long live plastic!

  2. gdc
    gdc ·

    Wow, don't know why i'm always so scared to break it! Thought is was soooo fragile!

  3. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    plastic is slightly flexible and will absorb shock.

  4. lomonesia
    lomonesia ·

    Don't try that at anywhere.if you do that,that's mean you don't like analogue

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