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Lomography CMYK and Black jack Diana F+ cameras (Pic: Lomography)
The cameras were both first released in the late 2000s (Pic: Lomography)

Lomography has announced the return of two editions of its classic Diana F+ medium format camera.

The cameras are the multi-coloured CMYK edition and the all-black Black Jack edition of the lo-fi camera, which was first released in Hong Kong in the 1960s.

“Photographers of all abilities and experience levels can find the Diana camera to suit their unique style and enjoy shooting creative, authentically analogue images with the signature dreamy Diana aesthetic on medium format film,” Lomography said in a press release.

Lomography Diana F+ CMYK edition (Pic: Lomography)
Lomography Diana F+ CMYK edition (Pic: Lomography)
Lomography Diana F+ Black Jack edition (Pic: Lomography)
Lomography Diana F+ Black Jack edition (Pic: Lomography)

Both editions of the camera are available for £79 in the UK. Both cameras come with an external flash, coloured flash gels, a pinhole attachment and a Dians F+ book.


The CMYK version was originally released by Lomography in 2009, and the Black Jack was first sold in 2008. The two versions are one of a number of special edition Diana F+’s released over the years, including a special red-and-white “Meg” version in collaboration with US rock duo The White Stripes.

The Diana F+ can be fitted with other Lomography accessories, including an instant film back, a splitzer for split images and extra lenses such as the 110mm soft-focus portrait lens.

Lomography included a gallery of images taken on the revived new edition cameras which can be seen below:

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