Lomography Releases Diana F+ Nami Edition: An Inexpensive Medium Format Film Camera
Lomography is a company that tends produces interesting and quirky products, that are inspired from the film era of photography. The lens that put Lomo on the map for me was the 85mm f/2.2 Petzval in Brass. I absolutely loved this lens and it was a great introduction for me to the company.
Recently, Lomography announced the release of a new version of its Diana F+ camera. The original design and rendition of this camera has been available for a good number of years and remains quite popular. These types of cameras aren’t made with the intention of producing the best image quality. Instead, the Diana F+ is about producing interesting images with character. The camera uses 120 medium format film, which is widely available.
With the use of long exposure and multiple exposure…
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