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  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green
  • Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green

Special Edition Diana Mini Camera in Fern Green

It was a great rags-to-riches story, set in the early 60s - an all-plastic camera, the Diana, found her way into the market, marketed as a novelty item. It wasn't long before she took the photography world by storm, winning people over with her twisted, haphazard effects, ranging from multiple exposures to light leaks. Inspired by the original, this limited edition Diana Mini Camera arrives in a fresh shade of fern green and uses any 35 mm film to shoot 72 shots in rectangular mode or 36 shots... More

Final Sale: This item cannot be returned or exchanged.

  • Man-made materials.
  • Camera measures 3.5 inches in length, 1 inch in width, 6 inches in height.
  • Includes Diana mini camera, Diana flash+, Colored gel flash filters, Diana Mini "Shoot Forever" book, Instruction manual, Lens cap & neck strap. Uses any 35mm film, 72 shots in rectangular mode, 36 shots in square mode, Long exposure setting, Sunny/cloudy aperture, Tripod mount, Compatible with any cable release (not included).
  • Imported
 

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