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Diana+: Lomo to bring Diana camera back

by Trevor May | 11th October 2007 | Gadgets Photography | 1 comment

The new Diana+ camera

Ever the fan of bringing old cameras back into production (and charging a nice premium for them), Lomo are resuscitating the Diana camera back. The medium format camera has been out of production for nearly 35 years but will be made available again this month as the Diana+, joining the LC-A+ on their production line.

The starter kit, which includes Diana+ Camera (with lens cap and shutter lock), Diana Vignettes photo and story book and Instruction manual is available direct from Lomo for £27.55 (or $50, if you’re on the other side of the pond). (via Boing Boing)

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  • iestyn October 12th, 2007 11:33 am

    Nice! Will it come in pink with THE PEOPLES PRINCESS written on it?

    I do hope so.

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