The Diana takes sixteen 4 cm x 4 cm pictures on 120 film, leaving a large part of film surface unused. Diana cameras are predisposed to light leaks, a situation often remedied by sealing the seams with light-proof tape. The design of the Diana incorporates a lens that produces an image circle which only marginally covers the diagonal of a

film frame, producing images with often pronounced vignetting. The poor quality of the plastic meniscus lens results in generally blurred but beautiful images.

This Diana has a setting for Instant and one for Bulb; the focus can be set to 4-6 feet, 6-12 feet and 12 ft. - Inf, and don't forget the exposure setting. If you're thinking of trying one out, take a look at the Diana Manual for best results!

• Click here for a gallery of Diana Photos taken in various locations

• Click here for a gallery of photos taken in Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY