The New Lomography DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks - Now Available for 120 Format, too!


Scanning unique Lomography formats is made more convenient with the help of the new Lomography DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks! Now available in both 35mm and 120 formats, they hold your negatives in place and make it possible to easily scan panoramas and overlapping exposures!

New DigitaLIZA 120 Continues the Scanning Mask Revolution!

First we brought it to you for 35mm and now we are proud to introduce the new DigitaLIZA 120 Scanning Mask!
DigitaLIZAs look like humble little negative holders – but what they allow you to achieve is amazing! Lomography designed the DigitaLIZA to make scanning the wild-style formats that Lomographers love, like extra-long panoramas and overlapping exposures, possible from the comfort of your own home. In fact, the DigitaLIZA leaves other scanning masks in the dark because they are only able to cope with standard formats. Ever had problems getting your Lomographic format negatives scanned at your developers? The DigitaLIZA takes away all that hassle and gives you more creative control over negative scanning. For example, the DigitaLIZA 35mm allows you to scan in sprocket-holes for the first time. And it couldn’t be easier! Its innovative magnetic mechanism and robust construction holds the negative flat and in place ready for scanning. Use it with all modern flatbed scanners with a backlight unit.

Buy the DigitaLIZA 35mm and DigitaLIZA 120 together as a bundle and get them for just 50 EUR/ USD – a saving of 30%!

DigitaLIZA 120 spec.

  • Holds film type: 120
  • Scanning area : 58 × 184mm
  • Distance between film and scanning plane: 1.2mm
  • Perfect for: extra long panoramas and overlapping exposures as achievable with the Diana F+, Lubitel 166+ and Widepan cameras.

Shop for the DigitaLIZA 120
Find out more on the DigitaLIZA microsite

DigitaLIZA 35mm spec.

  • Holds film type: 35mm
  • Scanning area: 230mm x 33mm
  • Distance between film and scanning plane: 1.2mm
  • Perfect for: scanning extra long panoramas and is the only mask able to scan the sprocket-holes you can achieve with the Spinner 360°, Diana 35mm Back+ and Lubitel 166+.

Shop for the DigitaLIZA 35mm
Find out more on the DigitaLIZA microsite

Find Out More About the DigitaLIZA & Scanning

More and more people are scanning their negatives themselves – for convenience, more creative control and to save a few bucks too! Lomographers have the added obstacle that regular developers are unable to scan the more extreme analogue effects, Enter the DigitaLIZA! Find out more about it and why it’s making Lomographers so happy!

How does the DigitaLIZA work? Watch this video by Mijonju!
DigitaLIZA vs. standard scanning masks
Why start scanning?

Discounts when you buy the DigitaLIZA & a camera!

Get the DigitaLIZAs for a special price when you buy any of these cameras:

*Diana 35mm Back+ allows you to shoot 35mm with the Diana F+.

written by shhquiet on 2010-08-13 #news #negative #120 #panoramic #mask #scanning #accessory #scans #overlapping-exposures #digitaliza


  1. eatcpcks
    eatcpcks ·


  2. ndroo
    ndroo ·

    Cool. But ... why do you have to launch this ... not long after the 35mm one? Can't they be done together so we can order both? Shipping ain't cheap. :(

  3. gunnart
    gunnart ·

    Now I am eagerly waiting for a 127 film scanning mask, the format that is the most difficult to find a good scanning solution for. There are so many cool cameras for 127, from the crappy Empire Baby to the advanced Baby Rolleiflex, film is still being made, but scanning is hard without a suitable mask.

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    When using EPSON 4490, DO NOT push the digitaliza against the end of the screen. Look at the scanning masks sold with your scanner: there is a blank space that you must conserve with the digitaliza.

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