Lomography Diana F+ 120 Film Camera
Our Price: £70.00 GBP100541
Price includes FREE Tracked UK Shipping!
The Diana is an iconic medium format camera - renowned for it's ability to deliver colour-drenched, vignetted lofi results in a variety of different situations!
Diana has bulb mode for keeping the shutter open while you blur the background, paint with light, or spin it round! The shutter can be fired multiple times on the same frame to create interesting multiple exposures, and you can even remove the lens and put it into 'P' mode to shoot pinhole images directly onto 120 film!
Each camera comes with a Diana F book packed with inspirational stories, ideas and images - as well as a flash to plug straight into your camera and light up the night.
A truly wonderful and different addition to your medium format film camera collection, and a fantastic way to experiment with shooting on 120.
Note the Diana F has a small sibling in the Diana Baby 110 film camera for miniature film photography fun!
If you want to learn more about getting started with analogue photography please check out our Beginner's Guide to Film.
|Format:||Reloadable 120 Film Camera|
|Shutter:||1/60 seconds and Bulb
|Aperture:||f/8, f/11 and f/16
|Focus:||Manual, 1m - infinity|
Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Lomography Diana F+ 120 Film Camera today and dive back into the fun of medium format film photography!
I wanted to try 120mm format without going all out on a camera. Although this camera is not the best I think its great for beginners.
The camera has a very mechanical feel to it, its very lightweight (Great if you want to get younger people into film photography) plus its very inexpensive compared to other 120mm cameras.
I used the camera with the Ilford HP5 as this film is a safe choice for a first shoot. The images were better than I expected, a few photographs came out quite blurry and dark but this could have been due to the low lighting I was shooting in. Some of the landscape photos actually look quite nice and perfectly show the films style.
This camera is great for beginners/inexperienced photographers but I would not recommend if you're planning to do full shoots with great images.
The Diana is a 50+ year old design classic & despite its appearance, quite versatile when a few accessories & boutique films are utilised... personally, it took a lot of trial & error to start to get the hang of it & therefore expensive, but the novelty hasn't worn off for me just yet.
My son was delighted with his camera that he wanted for Xmas and is looking forward to some creative photography.