Diana Flash

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Made of plastic and susceptible to light leaks, darkening of the edges and film-winding problems, the Diana Flash was a novelty camera of the 1960s and 70s. It was constructed quite flimsily and decorated with fake features that routinely fell off. Creating fuzzy photographs that was fine if you were looking for a dreamy lo-fi look. You can still buy a modern version of the Diana Flash.

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Michael Bradfield