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Lomography Diana+

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Overall 10

This lens is pretty awesome. I have an old Diana made before ...

M L, Amazon
19 July 2014
  • Summary: Let's compare prices on KEH, shall we? Cheapest 24mm lens: $248 dollars. Cheapest fisheye lens: None for sale; usually about $300 bucks. This lens is pretty awesome. I have an old Diana made before Lomography bought the brand, so I can't use it as a system accessory. I've got it hooked up to my crotchety old Nikon F2 with the fifteen-dollar adapter, also sold by Lomography. A lot of people say there's no fisheye effect. No duh.
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Overall 4

Lens does not fit completely to adaptor!

Maria Lynn, Amazon
28 January 2014
  • Summary: Product arrived in a timely manner and well packaged. However, I'm not sure if it was the adaptor or the lens with the problem, but I wasn't too satisfied with the quality. I could barely tell the picture was meant to be fisheye and the lens didn't even fit completely to the adaptor.
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Overall 10

Great plastic lens

Annyela de Oliveira, Amazon
6 September 2013
  • Summary: I use this lens in my full frame canon camera with the mount adaptor and I have good results. The focus is not really sharp, and it has some color aberrations, but this is almost what you are looking for when you invest your money in lomo lens. It's a good cheap fisheye lens to do different and cool videos and pictures.
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Overall 10


Liza Gjengaar, Amazon
21 July 2013
  • Summary: Affordable for a plastic lens. Fits perfectly to my Diana f+ just know that the one you see in the view finder is not that exact. a little work here. Worth the price.
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Overall 10

Nice lens for the Diana F+

Michael C Hajek, Amazon
4 March 2013
  • Summary: Nice ultra wide fisheye lens! The viewfinder is helpful in composing your shot but is very close to the hotshoe thus knocking the flash a little off to the left, but not by much. Sturdy enough even though it is plastic. A fun lens to add to craziness to your photographs!
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Overall 10

Really nice

Mery Ortega, Amazon
18 January 2013
  • Summary: I bought it for my 16 year old son who loves photography. And he wanted to experiment with lomography, then asked me what Christmas gift, the camera and lens. loved this lens, and the pictures are fabulous.
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Overall 2

Absolutely, 100% NOT a fisheye

Jordan E.K., Amazon
15 September 2011
  • Summary: Bottom line: It's not a fisheye lens. Not worth the hassel for a return. Wilson, again I'm sorry. Please forgive me.
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Overall 6

Canon XSi - no go

mgarciaad, Amazon
7 April 2011
  • Summary: My review is neutral mainly to warn Canon users. If you're thinking of using this lens with the canon lens adapter on an XSi. Don't bother. Since the XSi does not have a full size sensor it will crop in way too much. You won't notice the Fisheye. I'm sure this will work on a mark II or a full sensor camera well but not worth it on and XSi or a T2i etc.
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Overall 10

Exactly what I expected!

CLPhoto, Amazon
27 February 2011
  • Summary: I bought this along with an EOS adapter to use for a photography project. I used it on both 35mm (full frame) and 1.6x crop digital. I love the results! On the 35mm, the distortion is great and really emphasized my subject matter (artistic nudes). The 1.6x is like a wide angle with some fisheye distortion. Depending on the subject it really can work well. I'm quite happy with this lens and can't wait to toss it on the Diana F+ to see the true fisheye.
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Overall 8

plastic is as plastic does

D. Theis, Amazon
8 January 2011
  • Summary: What do you want? It is plastic and that is the look I was hoping to get. I put it on a full frame DSLR with an adaptor so I do not get the full 120 film fish eye effect but the distortion and the dreamy plastic lens look is great.
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