Why We Love the Diana Mini

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She’s only been around for a short time, but our little darling has already been busy hobnobbing with you! Check out what everybody’s been raving about the new Diana Mini!

You’ve Met the Diana Mini
Our little darling has already been busy

She’s only been around for a short time, but our little darling has already been busy hobnobbing with you! Thanks for the warm welcome, and for making her feel extra special by participating in the Mini Mission rumbles. Our Diana Mini has proven that she’s certainly not just another cutie – she may be petite, but she packs in a lot of punch!

Diana Mini’s Endearing Qualities
Pretty charming with all her adorable talents

From the moment you saw her, you’ve developed an instant crush – can’t blame you! The Diana F+’s little sister is pretty charming with all her adorable talents.

Highlights:

  • Pocket-sized, lightweight, and oh-so-cute
  • Very convenient! Uses 35mm film and standard development.
  • Two formats to choose from, in just one flick of a switch – Half-Frame Format (can take up to 72 shots in a 35mm roll), and Square Format
  • Easily shoot multiple long exposures

Visit the Microsite | Diana Mini’s Gallery | Buy one from the Shop

Why We Love the Diana Mini
Queen of all Lomo hearts

Nothing but good, admiring confessions from the first Diana Mini owners! Let’s hear their tales, and be inspired with the first Mini Mysteries rumble winners.

Diana Mini Testimonials

“Hurrah for the new Diana Mini, queen of all Lomo hearts! A small, gorgeous camera you can keep in a bag or pocket and get those shots you always miss.” – lomat

Read Diana Mini - The Most Fun You Can Have With a Girl Named Diana!

“Do I like it? If course I do! It’s a must-have if you love the Diana F+ camera and a definitely-must-have if you love cute and cool cameras.” – ndroo

Read Diana Mini: Does Size Matter?

“The Diana Mini has lots of features to support your own creative research, it is practical, it is compact enough and lightweight to reserve a honorable place in a pocket or on a strap right around you neck.” – breakphreak

Read The Mighty Diana Mini

Rumble Winners

Shooting Some Beautiful Strangers Rumble by adi_totp and Winner Announcement

sugiyamasatomi
sadmafioso

Hanging Out with the Diana Mini Rumble and Winner Announcement

quaisoir
pink-fu

Mini Stalker Rumble and Winner Announcement

zark
thesarahshow

Shout and Shoot Rumble and Winner Announcement

zark
thesarahshow

written by kazarareta on 2009-09-28 #news #mini-missions #diana-mini #rumble #diana

10 Comments

  1. azzzy
    azzzy ·

    quaisoir you make gissy and singapore proud!

  2. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    awww...thanks azzzy...*blush*

  3. lomat
    lomat ·

    buy one now its soooo amazing!!!

  4. lollylollipop
    lollylollipop ·

    that's my baby right there! i'm so happy! :)

  5. tttheresa
    tttheresa ·

    ah that's me up there! taken by my dear friend erin_kyle
    <3

    diana mini will be my next purchase..

  6. erin_kyle
    erin_kyle ·

    holy crap! my sombrero/harmonica necklace picture! definitely my favorite of my diana mini's. aaaah soo much fun!

    and yes that's tttheresa right there bein a harmonica necklace playin chain smokin babe :)

  7. pia
    pia ·

    diana mini spells F-U-N! =)

  8. pia
    pia ·

    Diana mini spells F-U-N! =)

  9. glnieves
    glnieves ·

    I just bought a Diana mini and took 2 rolls of film and they all came out blurry. I don't know what I did wrong but now I am having second thoughts on it. :\

  10. scottishsuzisue
    scottishsuzisue ·

    Me too, Ginieves - my first roll snapped, 2nd roll had the odd photo in focus, but most were blurry. Next roll of film, I'm going to be very careful with the focus settings (or get a shutter release cord). Either that or I've got very shaky hands! ;0)

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