Lomography Diana F+ 120 Film Camera


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Adam G. (Grimsby, GB)

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.

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Chuck (Swindon, GB)
Great way into a less familiar format

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.

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Ted (Hayes, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Pinhole/Long-Exposure
Back to basics!

This is how photography used to be. So many ways to go wrong, but so much fun!!

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L. (Council Bluffs, US)
Lomogrpahy Diana F+

Wanted to try the lomography style camera. This is very lightweight and easy to use. Colour filters to alter output and easy to change, includes flash and that works a great too.

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Fran O. (Stoke-on-Trent, GB)
Great gift and great customer service

My son was delighted with his camera that he wanted for Xmas and is looking forward to some creative photography.

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