The Lomography Diana Baby 110 Camera comes with a 12 mm lens, apart from a normal-length 24 mm plastic lens. Both of them offer a fixed aperture of f/8 for a variety of shooting situations. You can record multiple exposures, as long as you don’t advance the film after every exposure. Furthermore, this camera can perform creative exposures by simply activating the shutter’s bulb mode. The shutter speed is a maximum of 1/100th of a second. Finally, an external flash can be connected to the camera by using the PC socket included.
Optics and Focus
Apart from a normal-length 24 mm plastic lens, the Lomography Diana Baby 110 comes with a 12 mm plastic lens, both of which offer a fixed aperture of f/8 for a variety of shooting situations. This camera can perform creative exposures when the shutter’s bulb mode is activated. The maximum speed of the shutter is 1/100th of a second. For better flexibility, you can record multiple exposures. Only, avoid advancing the film after every exposure. Moreover, the camera’s focusing range stands at 3.3 feet.
Sensor and Screen
The Diana Baby 110 from Lomography features an optical viewfinder that lets you view your subjects with an impressive clarity while capturing them.
Image and Video
Living up to its name, the Diana Baby 110 makes use of a 110-type small format film that provides up to 24 exposures per roll with a photo size of 0.5 x 0.5 inches. The film transportation back is useful for holding the 110 film cartridge in place with the help of a swinging pressure plate.
An external flash can be connected to the Lomography Diana Baby 110 camera by using the PC socket included. Lastly, the storage back offers added protection to the camera’s interior when the camera is not in use.