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- Package includes Diana Mini Camera (35mm format), Diana F+ electronic flash, hotshoe adaptor, color gels and Shoot Forever book.
- Diana Mini can shoot 36 square shots, or 72 half-frame shots
- Uses standard 35mm film, which can be developed at any film lab
- Requires one AA batteries for flash
- 1 year warranty
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|Item Display Weight||0.64 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Package Height||3.7 x 6.1 x 7.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.05 pounds|
The sweet and petite Diana Mini uses 35mm film to give you lovely square shots and half-frame photos. It's a lot of fun! Now it's even more exciting with the included Diana F+ Flash and the "Shoot Forever" book. Start tinting your pictures with a burst of color – just slip one of the 12 color gel filters in the Diana F+ Flash, and you're on your way to bursting coloursplashes here and there!
Top customer reviews
The color screens are awesome! It makes it simple to make any of your photos different colors. My girlfriend has quite a colorful personality, so I thought this was perfect. The flash is detachable and not heavy at all.
I like that it is simple and light enough to take with you anywhere. I was a little disappointed that the casing was plastic as I was kind of hoping for metal, but the functionality of the camera makes up for it. We've used it a few times and played with the different colors and image sizes. It's fun. We've yet to develop any of the pictures, but I'm sure they'll be just as fun as we were hoping for once we get around to it.
My other complaint is the cheap neck strap that comes with the camera. 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. It looks great.
Overall, I'd recommend it. My girlfriend loves it, so I'd say that's a win.
I did try the multiple exposure shoots and it turned out nice though!
I love this camera!
Well, OK, I don't LOVE it, but I carry it with me all the time and keep a local one hour kiosk in business developing my pics.
A couple of tips:
Have your film developed, put onto a CD disc, and get a contact sheet (if you want). Avoid getting prints with this camera (use your own computer and printer).
And BE SURE you let the tech at the kiosk know the negatives are square (if you, like me, are using this option).
... And enjoy!
-POWERFUL, simple flash (with manual trigger option) runs off 1 AA
-Small (lost easily)
-Film is expensive nowdays
-Flash is HUGE. Camera sometimes tips over when strap is worn.
-Strap is a strip of plastic, but whatever...
-Focusing ring is occasionally hard to adjust, being in the very front of the lens