The Fantastic Diana F+ Flash


Once you’ve attached the Diana F+ Flash to your camera, the world just goes crazy!

The funny-looking Diana F+ Flash is a retrograded idea that came from the very vintage “flash” of a Diana camera. Sporting a beautiful, nonchalant flash with a “bulb” inside that readily throws out light onto your subject as quickly as possible.

Traditionally, you attach the Flash onto the upper right corner of the Diana F+ camera. It has two-pronged plug adapters that is to be inserted in the camera, making the Flash synchronized once you press the shutter. What’s so great about this one is that you can happily insert color gel filters onto the Flash to throw different colors making your night turn into a colorful fantasy.

Another best thing about the flash: you can dis-attach it from the camera, hold it up high, and push the button on the side with the words “fire away”. You can either let your subject hold the Flash, or aim the Flash in a better position to lighten up your subject!

It also has a plug-to-hotshoe adaptor, making your Diana F+ Flash available in different kinds of Lomography Cameras. Once inserted, you can now attach your Diana F+ Flash to your Lomo LC-A+ (thus making your camera a “frankenstein” camera) or in your Diana Mini or Fisheye 2.

The possibilities are endless! Throwing in some different colors can amazingly produce lovable results! You’ll definitely love how your Diana F+ Flash functions in every camera!

written by ethermoon on 2010-12-14 #gear #review #accessory #flash #diana-f-flash


  1. plump_bisquit
    plump_bisquit ·

    My Diana with Flash is one of my favourite accessoire at parties :)…

  2. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    :) love your gallery! me too, I used the diana f+ flash a lot these days.

  3. bass_clarinet_2000
    bass_clarinet_2000 ·

    I really like this flash. I put it on my fisheye 2 and I got some different and nifty shots. This might be the only flash I will own for my cameras.

  4. basho
    basho ·

    I've used with my LC-A+ and had lots of fun with it. Nice piece and nice gallery!

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