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The Lomography Diana Mini is a Vintage-Inspired Micro Camera

By: Leslie Chen (Rockstar) Mar 19, 11

Not only is the Diana Mini really cute and small (also making it super convenient), it has major creative power. Although at first glance, it may look like a toy because of its plastic design, the Diana Mini takes beautiful, vintage-inspired photos. With this little plastic camera, you can create vintage-quality photos comparable to the ones in your parents’ black and white photo albums.

The Diana Mini comes from the original Diana F+, which first appeared in the 1960s. But unlike the original Diana, which used 120 film, the Diana Mini uses 35mm film—which you can find just about anywhere. It has a lot of great features, like the ability to switch from square to half-frame. You can have two images on one photo, giving you the potential to take up to 72 images on one roll of film.

Other features of the Diana Mini include a tripod mount, cable relase attachment (because everyone loves taking pictures of themselves), and four different focal possibilities.

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