Sometimes, even the classics need a little help. The Diana camera is a queen in her own right. With millions of lovers and followers all over the world, it would be a shame to let it fade into obscurity that’s why Lomography took the already amazing camera and gave it a makeover and an overhaul.
The result is the Lomography Diana F+, a loving tribute and upgrade rolled in one. The queen of retro cool came back with new clothes and features to boost. The old Diana camera was a joy to shoot with. Its unpredictability, quirky single element plastic lens, and simplicity are just a few things that made it a fan favourite. With the new Diana F+, you still get the remarkable vignetting, rich colors, contrast and eye-popping effects only with better dependability. Zone focusing and shutter speeds are reliable with the Diana F+ - an issue usually found in its predecessor and its clones.
Another thing that makes the Diana F+ a hit is its many stylish editions. Users can choose from a wide array of designs to match their moods and personality. It’s another nod to the original and its rich history but with a fresh take on aesthetics.
The Diana F+ can also be upgraded with different accessories to match any discerning user’s taste and preference. Go all out with instant backs, premium camera lenses, and flash accessories or just go minimalist with a simple sturdy strap – it’s your call.
The Diana F+ - the modern plastic classic camera.
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Diana F+ Technical Specifications
Lens: single element, non-coated, 75 mm plastic lens
Aperture: Pinhole, Cloudy = f8, Half-shade = f11, Sunny = f16
Focus: zone focus
Focusing range: 1m to infinity
Shutter: 1/60 (N), Bulb (B)
Flash: Diana Flash Plug
Film: 120 film, 35 mm with back, instant film with instant back
Viewfinder: direct optical viewfinder
Frame counter: volume display
All information used in this article was sourced from Lomography.