Diana+ 35mm Back: Increases Your Creative Possibilities

Want to experience something more with the Diana F +? Well, this is the accessory for you!

In my city, medium format films are quite unobtainable. If you find one, it tends to be very expensive. Of course, this does not ruin my pleasure to shoot with the Diana F+. The object for me was the Diana 35mm Back+. In addition, like any self-respecting lomographer, I love the sprocket holes and thought to myself that I must buy it!

This cute small object will take you and your Diana F + to another creative level! You can play around with the 4 masks.

  • 33 × 48 panoramic with sprocket
  • 24 × 48 mm standard panoramic
  • 24 × 36 mm standard landscape
  • 33 × 34 mm square with sprocket included

It also mounts all types of 35mm film (B&W, slide, color negative, redscale). It has 2 different settings depending on the mask used (P and N), with both 2-count photos dedicated to keep an eye on the frames. As with the back of 120, this also gives you the possibility to take multiple exposures!

The installation is very simple. To remove the 120 back, simultaneously press the 2 sides and it will come off easily!

Note 1: When you have mounted the new film, remember to place the lever in the bottom right to lock and especially when you have finished the film, remember to unlock the same handle. Otherwise, you will risk breaking the film and maybe forcing it into the mechanism.

Note.2: I always block the back with electrical tape to prevent it from opening suddenly. You might burn your roll and lose your photos!

In short, this accessory is a must-have for sprocket lovers, panoramic and square format lovers, too!

PS: I highly recommend the combination with the Super Wide Lens.

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 kingdjin on 2012-05-07 #gear #35mm #review #panorama #sprockets #lomography #panoramas #diana-35mm-back
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