Some say if you lose your Diana F+ lens cap it doesn’t matter. I’d rather preserve the beautiful plastic wonderment. Here’s the quickest tipster you’ll ever read.
Your Diana F+ lens focuses by moving the front element (only the element) forwards and backwards. When it’s set to 1-2 metres, it is as far forward as it extends. This means the lens cap doesn’t fit on fully, on mine, not at all, it just falls off.
So, don’t lose your lens cap, always set the focus to infinity before you put it back on.
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