Release your Diana shutter with the simple pull of a string – Perfect for crazy photos from impossible angles. Read more about this Tipster treat after the jump!
1. Attach a longer (1m) piece of string to the shutter release lever. Let it fall underneath the lens barrel and through the part where the strap is attached.
2. Now you can attach the Diana to anywhere on your body (duct tape is your friend!) like on your shoe, leg, lower back, back of your head.
3. Simply, release the shutter by pulling the string. Voila!
Tip: If you have a tripod, secure the camera onto it. Feel free to pick the tripod up to make cool overhead, over the fence, extraordinary shots.
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