Diana+ 35mm Back - Let's Do Some Magic!


The Diana+ 35mm Back is the true masterpiece of Lomography. It makes you very creative and it is very easy to use!

Easy to install in the camera, good results and it’s from Lomography, this is how i would define the Diana 35mm Back.
Before get the Diana 35mm Back, i would try to put a 35mm film in my Lomography Diana+, but the problem was the complicity of preparing the camera and to rewind it, because you had to do it in a dark room. But all these troubles is solved buying the Diana 35mm Back, that easy!

One of the best things about the Diana 35mm Back is that you are using 35mm film with a 120 format camera. Thanks to it you can use all the different formats that comes with the Diana 35mm Back. Personally i love to shot with the Panoramic format, because you do bigger shots than a normal 35mm camera and if you want, you can do that it appears the sprocket holes of the film on each photo!!

Another thing that i love of the Diana 35mm Back is that you can join the different accessories that there are for the Diana+, like for example the Diana 35mm Back with the Diana Fisheye Lens, you can get a very creative effect. The cheaper films and the diversity that there are in 35mm is another good thing to have in mine!
Diana 35mm Back include 2 counters that indicate you in witch frame are you.

Definitively, the Diana 35mm Back is a master piece of Lomography and i recommend it a lot, you can do magic!!

written by riki_87 on 2010-01-27 #gear #35mm #review #lomography #diana #diana-35mm-back


  1. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    i'm so gonna buy this :D

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Sweet shots ! N°9 and 11 are excellent !

  3. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    number 10 i love!

  4. disdis
    disdis ·

    Genial Riki!

  5. ilovemydiana
    ilovemydiana ·

    those are some pretty fun shots.

  6. riki_87
    riki_87 ·

    ohhh thanks LSI for put my review!!! So cool!! :D

  7. paperlullaby
    paperlullaby ·

    I love the first picture!

  8. nural
    nural ·

    I got this too and I love it! The only thing is, I tend to assume that what I see from the viewfinder should come up in the photo but thats never the case with 35mm...

  9. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    I love this article and will try it with my 38mm lens. I like 6th pic, by the way. Thanks for sharing::))

  10. brickboy
    brickboy ·

    how did you get them scanned?

  11. narando001
    narando001 ·

    Next present for my girlfriend!

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