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Style: Diana Mini Camera
I got my film developed today, the 24th, and 21/30 pictures came out but there was only about a handful that were great.
I ended up buying her a different strap (one which was designed to go with a much more expensive camera), and after a little rigging on her part, she made it fit.
I could not advance or rewind the film so I ruined an entire roll of film getting it out and trying to figure out why it was stuck.
I will be honest I haven't yet used this product because it's so freaking pretty I just wanted to admire it. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jamie R Abreu
It broke. i am heartbroken. i tried to handle it lightly but it broke before i even got to the second roll. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nerdface
As someone who predominately uses digital cameras of all sorts,I bought this camera thinking it would be a little "cheapy" toy camera to mess around with. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andi
I was forewarned by other buyers, but thought I could make it work. Alas, it shredded some perfectly good fuji film. So I watched a tutorial on you tube... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jody C
So far, I've only shot 3 rolls with my Diana mini and here's what I've come to find. First off, it is a bit finickier than most to load. Read morePublished 9 months ago by B. Hernandez
I've owned two of these. The first I broke the part that stops the winding when the next frame of film is aligned. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Cody Munger
kept ripping up the film every time I added a new roll. Taking apart the camera isn't worth the trouble to make it workable.Published 12 months ago by xenophon papazoglou
I bought this camera since i was interested in lomography, looks good but don't expect an actual camera, it is cute but expect the quality you'll find in a camera toy. Read morePublished 17 months ago by VivianaBTroya