They are back! The Diana, considered a toy by some, and the simplest camera by art school students is making a comeback. Unsophisticated at best, the Diana has been out of production for over 25 years. Explore your inner “art school student” with a new Diana.
Originally produced by the Great Wall plastic factory in Hong Kong in the 1960's the Diana has become a cult classic, known for producing soft and dreamy images due to light leakage.
Once given away by Reader's Digest as a freebie, the Diana has been out of production for almost 35 years. A light, inexpensive medium (120 film) format camera, the 'new' Diana has 4 f-stops and comes with a booklet, camera strap and lens cover. An additional change is that the new Diana camera has a removable lens, allowing for pinhole camera action!
We have four cameras now...something tells me I need another!