Germany’s edition of Life and Style magazine features the Diana Mini!
Life and Style magazine is a celebrity-focused magazine that provides tips on lifestyle trends, fashion and beauty. They also have a section where they provide readers with some items that are trendy for the coming season.
Last August, the magazine featured our very own Diana Mini! Life and Style has a section for hot picks of the week and the Diana Mini was at number 9. With its compact and stylish design, you can fit this camera into any handbag and take awesome pictures wherever you go! The Diana Mini is a smaller version of the Diana F+. Having this camera allows you to shoot square or half-frame pictures so you will be having more photos in a single roll of 35mm film!
The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!
Bringing an iconic aesthetic to square format instant photography, the Diana Instant Square fills frames with strong, saturated colors and rich, moody vignetting. Built to let your inspiration run wild, our latest innovation features a Multiple Exposure Mode, a Bulb Mode for long exposures, a hot shoe adapter and so much more! It’s even compatible with all of the lenses created for the Diana F+ so that you can shake up your perspective anytime, anywhere. No two shots will ever be the same. Back us on Kickstarter now!
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