How do you load Diana film?
How to load the Diana F+ Camera
- turn rear door switch.
- slide rear door open.
- choose frame size.
- switch the shots settings according to frame chosen.
- insert chosen frame mask.
- slide film through gap in other reel.
- wind slightly.
- insert film into camera.
What film does the Diana F+ use?
The Diana camera is a plastic-bodied toy camera using 120 rollfilm and 35 mm film. The camera has a simple plastic meniscus lens….Diana (camera)
|originally 42 mm × 42 mm
|120 film, 35mm
How do you do lomography?
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Lomography
- Rule 1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go.
- Rule 2: Use It Anytime – Day and Night.
- Rule 3: Lomography Is Not an Interference in Your Life, but Part of It.
- Rule 4: Try the Shot From the Hip.
- Rule 5: Approach the Objects of Your Lomographic Desire as Close as Possible.
What is the Diana Mini?
The Diana Mini is exactly what its name suggests, a tiny camera that takes 35mm film. Like its big sister, the Diana F, it shoots square images, but it also has the ability to do half frames; similar to a camera like the Olympus Pen. But unlike the Pen, you can shoot away without limitation of having to fully wind between each frame.
How many pictures can I take with the Diana Mini?
The Lomography Diana Mini is a 35mm compact version of the Diana F+ camera. Shoot 72 half-frame or 36 square photos so you can get the most of every shot! Getting started – Diana Mini HomeCamerasAccessoriesFeaturesGetting startedGalleries Home Cameras Accessories Features Getting started Galleries Shop Now Loading the Film
What is the Lomography Diana Mini?
The Lomography Diana Mini is a 35mm compact version of the Diana F+ camera. Shoot 72 half-frame or 36 square photos so you can get the most of every shot! Getting started – Diana Mini HomeCamerasAccessoriesFeaturesGetting startedGalleries
What type of film do you shoot with the Diana Mini?
The aperture, which can either be f/8 or f/11. Because of these limited controls, I tend to shoot film that is ISO 400 for a little latitude, such as Kodak Ultramax 400 or Superia XTRA 400. The downfall of the Diana Mini is also its most endearing feature, which is, of course, the fact that it’s plastic.