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Lomography has just launched the Diana Mini Camera, which is a pocket sized ultra compact 35mm camera, and as well as featuring the retro square frame format it also has a half frame format that lets you take 72 photos on one 35mm film.
The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+ camera. This little queen of convenience allows you to shoot square format or half-frame pictures using standard 35mm film – that’s 72 rectangular half-frames or 36 square images on one roll! To further enhance creative possibilities, we’ve thrown in Multiple Exposure and Long Exposure features, a tripod mount, and a cable release attachment – a first for the Diana!
Here are the specifications
Pocket-sized and ultra-compact
Uses convenient 35mm film and standard development
Allows you to shoot 72 rectangular half-frames or 36 square pictures on one 35mm roll!
Multiple exposure, long exposure capabilities
Tripod thread and cable release attachment available
The Lomography Diana Mini Camera is available with prices starting at $60 from Lomography.
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