Lomography Diana Mini Camera
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- Ultra-Compact:The Diana Mini is exactly that; take it with you on all your photo adventures.
- Two Photo Formats: You can pick from 2 completely different photo formats. Either go for 36 square photos or shoot a whopping 72 photos on a roll with the half-frame mode.
- Simple Exposure SettingsSunny day? Switch to the sun icon. Looking dull? Switch to the cloud setting. The Diana Mini makes setting your exposure easy for anyone.
- Multiple and Long Exposure Capabilities:Easily take multiple and long exposures using the uncoupled shutter advance and'Bulb' setting.
- Uses Convenient 35mm Film:The Diana Mini uses all kinds of 35mm film which is easy to buy and develop.
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The Diana Mini shoots 35mm film and produces dreamy, lo-fi shots. The camera lets you choose between half-frame and square frame shots. It also features a Bulb mode function which allows you to take long exposures and crazy light streaks!
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Top Customer Reviews
this camera is about a third of the size of the Diana F+ camera
it doesn't have a removeable lens and is a little more basic then then Diana F+ camera, so this little camera easly fits in a pocket or handbag.
you have two frame sizes on this camera :
24x17 (half frame) this frame size gives you 72 shots on a 36 shot roll of film
24x24 (square frame)this frame size gives you 36 shots on a 36 shot roll of film.
the lens is 24mm with 4 focal options :
0.6 m, 1-2 m, 2-4 m and 4 m to infinity.
the lens barrel has two appertures cloudy and sunny
the shutter trip (release leaver ) and also a cable relese mount ( screw thread )
the winder is a little diffrent from the diana F+ as this will stop winding on after each shot so when you feel it tighten STOP or you break your winder or film possiably both.
you can change frame size durring a roll of film but read the instutions on how to do this as it requares you taking a blank shot with the lens cap on.
My advice though if you are gonna take your 35mm film to a local processing lab and they do not know about lomgraphy they may not be able to understand how the framing has worked
( my processing was all done by lomography ) however i have stuck to the one frame size per roll.
the Diana F+ flash fits perfectly on this so if you already have a diana F+ flash you dont need to buy one.
i got this version of the diana mini as it was the same colour as the diana F+ delux kit i got and the flash was a perfect match.
whats in the box?
ok your box is tiny and as with all lomography products the packaging is really cool.Read more ›
The camera - fab little affordable Lomo camera, great for those just venturing out into Lomo, uses 35mm - simple
The camera will bring an instant smile to your face it is truly a thing of retro, tiny beauty and I mean tiny the body is about the same size as pack and 1/2 of playing cards with the lens protruding about an inch in front.
You essentially have only 3 shooting controls
(1) Shutter - 2 setting (i) N = 1/60 second for most circumstances inc. flash or (ii) B = bulb/variable. the longer you hold down the longer the shot. The later feature is great for effects and with a tripod and cable release great for night shots. The 1/60 may be more of issue as the chance of camera shake is more likely than on many other basic cameras which use faster 1/125 or 1/250. It also presents an issue with bright sun and medium- fast film. Unlike most cameras the shutter realse isn't locked so you can do multiple exposures per frame (in my experience by error rather than intent)
(2) Aperture - 2 settings for sunny (f11) and cloudy (f8). Fantastic on a camera for this money
(3) Focus -erm... well the focus ring doesn't really do much - google focusing diane mini an see the flickr article. The exception is for really close shots
(4) Shot size. produces unusual frame sizes a nice retro 24x24mm negative (you get 36 on 36 exp roll) or a 12x24 frame (72 on a 36exp roll). Bear this in mind when processing
The camera has a plastic lens and combined with the shutter tends to softphotos and there is little you can do about it.Read more ›
they ooze style i think.
One minor fault though is that the box does not come with film, which I did not realise; and film for this camera is understandably quite expensive (but there are lots of different kinds which are all quite cool).
I would recommend this as it is a good quality and interesting camera and very easy to use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very happy with purchase. A little tricky figuring out when to stop winding the film, but otherwise, nice little product.Published 16 months ago by Helene P
It's exactly as described but the Diana Mini has some problems. I can't get the number to wind on after I take a picture but I believe that the film is winding- but I can't check... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Super Florence
I wanted to send this back but the first film took ten days to develop so it was too late. The 72 exposures on a 36 roll is not true, I ended up with 29 pics and only 5 of them... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
Arrived very promptly at my request. Camera is cute and the packaging is great. Instructions inside are simple to follow. Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 2014 by Amy Bruce
Buying my new Lomography Diana Mini Camera was very easy with The-Warehouse. The customer service was very efficient, the camera arrived promptly and in a perfect condition.Published on 14 Jun. 2014 by Paula
arrived before estimated delivery which is always a bonus,
loads of youtube videos if you get stuck
I took some awsome shots the other day that all... Read more
really easy to use, so sososo cute, fits in a handbag easily or can be carried around without weighing you down at all. Read morePublished on 29 Sept. 2013 by melissa