Summary: I actually used this to mount the cheap Diana lenses to a Red Epic digital cinema camera with the Canon mount. It worked! I shot a grindhouse style opening for a horror film with this mount and the Diana lenses. They loved the look. The reason I don't give it 5 stars is because it is a super cheap plastic adapter and is easily broken. Of course, for this price you could buy 10 of them.
Summary: I use this on my 7D with the Diana F+ 38 and get that nice dreamy effects that you want from a plastic lens only problem is I haven't been able to remove the lens from the adaptor but if I really wanted another Diana lens for my camera I would just but another adaptor with it
Summary: Ordered this for my Canon T3 to have a little toy lens for some lo-fi experimentation and unfortunately I feel like I could have reproduced most of the haze effects in Photoshop. I'm hoping that during the summer I'll have more use for it when lighting situations are better, but winter kinda killed the excitement for it.
Summary: This is about as lo-fi as you can get, in a fun way; from the experience I've had with an original Diana camera, I'd say this recreates the lens effect pretty well, and there are no light leaks. Four things to note: The image is sharper (relatively speaking; it's not sharp at all) in the center than on the edges, so your subject will be in softer focus if you compose it off center.
Summary: From the experience I've had with an original Diana camera, I'd say this recreates the lens effect pretty well. The image is sharper (relatively speaking; it's not sharp at all) in the center than on the edges, so if you're placing the subject off center, the photo may not come out as you hope, but this is about as lo-fi as you can get. The problem is the connection to the adaptor. Unlike the 55mm version, this one falls off the Nikon adapter easily.
Summary: Alright, so I had an impulse buy after reading a lot of the reviews about how great the Diana F+ Super Wide Angle lens was on the Diana Camera. So I purchased the F-mount that would allow me to put this lens onto my Nikon D7000. Setup and installation was simple but the photographs that I took with this lens on my Nikon D7000 were horrid. I could have saved around $40.00 if I just used any of the lenses I already had and took pictures out of focus.
Summary: Bought this lens with the Nikon f mount. It fit perfectly but the pictures I took wasnt what I expected. I have a Nikon D3000 & no matter what setting I used the pictures came out blurry & horrible. Buy at your own risk.