The all-plastic Diana camera is a cult legend - famous for its its dreamy, radiant, and lo-fi images.
To hold, point, and shoot a Diana camera implies a conscious decision to relinquish control. To concentrate your creative powers on capturing the moment and telling a story—rather than fiddling with a bunch of knobs and levers. A blurry-soft and dreamy-toned Diana image is more an interpretation of reality than a correct representation of it. In a way, it’s somehow more accurate to compare the Diana to an oily vintage typewriter than to a megapixel machine of today. With each click of the shutter, a moment is captured in a unique and fairly unpredictable way—and a small narrative begins to reveal itself. As the viewer, you’re invited to read into it and interpret it in your own way. On top of that, you can count yourself as an individual note in the Diana’s illustrious history - which dates back to the better part of 40 years.
The Diana's original all-plastic lens has been duplicated with utmost love and care to ensure the same dreamy, gorgeous, color-drenched, sometimes-blurry, and often-mindblowing results that Diana users have always treasured.
Click on the main image above to see more sample images from the Diana.
Due to its extra-small size, the Diana Mini is not compatible with full-size Diana F+ lens and back accessories.
|• Diana Mini 35mm Camera |
• “Shoot Forever” book
• Lens cap
• Neck strap
|Camera Type||Zone Focus|