last comment by Insomnia C.
1 year ago
which one should i get?mini diana is compact and cheaper, but the results are often too grainy and blurry for me. on the other hand, blackbird fly is big and hassling to bring everywhere, but the photo results are great. what do you think?Diana Mini Girl by Green Pin on Flickr Blackbird, Fly by k3s on Flickr
over 5 years ago
diana mini. it's so flipping cute. and i have a big diana that rocks my pants off, so...
October 13, 2009
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TLR for sure.
October 14, 2009
i have the diana. its so uber cute but i havn't worked out how to take photos that look any good with it yet. also 300 film is SO hard to come by, and developing it is a right pig.
300? what are you referring to film size or iso?
October 15, 2009
oh the film haha :)
October 18, 2009
Go for the Diana! I have a big one with flash, it's super duper. The mini is so cute! I have lots of vintage cameras, but the ones that are large in size I never take out with me everyday, having to haul them everywhere. I think you'll get more use out of the Diana, as it's so portable. Also, depending on the film speed and manufacturer, you can get super crisp images with the Diana with practice - the large one's medium format!
haha im gong to be odd... holga :D!i've used a holga for a shootstyledummie.blogspot.com/it should be on the post 2 days ago, and the results are hot
October 27, 2009
I already have a holga, which i love also
I just brought the Blackbird, fly.
April 12, 2010
this is my dilemma too... but I'm finding myself more inclined to the blackbird...
June 9, 2011
I'd say Blackbird
Hi, I have a BBF and i would recommend it! Check my blog, i've photo series took using BBF and you'll see why i recommended BBFhttp://caged-freebird.blogspot.com.au/ :)
March 25, 2014
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