Anyway the lens works like you would like a lomo lens to work and ...
James Catanzaro, Amazon
4 November 2014
Summary: I mostly used the 55mm lens off the Diana on my DSLR using a separately purchased adapter which is a blast to use. Anyway the lens works like you would like a lomo lens to work and the Diana with the 70mm or 55mm is a fun time.
Summary: It's not bad. It's just really hard to focus if you're not in broad daylight or in a very brightly lit room. Even then, it's hard to tell if it is because of the soft blur that the resulting photos have. It's a fun lens that you can play around with. Although, I haven't replicated the effects that they're widely known for.
Summary: I never saw in any review whether this lens could be used on a regular Diana plus...well my Diana is a plus and this fits just fine on it...and it stays on my camera . I paid a little over thirteen dollars for my Diana+ with a ring flash on an auction site...I can't use the ringflash with this lens...but I don't care...I love this little lens and can use the flash as an off camera flash..
Excerpt: Though this flash is designed for Diana cameras, with the adaptor, it works with any camera with a hotshoe. I use it on my old Polaroid Pack Film cameras. It provides just the right amount of lighting and it looks right sitting on top of a 1960's era camera.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easy To Use, Fast Recycling, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: So far I'm loving my Diana +. It has taken a while to get use to how the camera works compared to some of its 'modern' counterparts. Make sure to actually take the time to read the manual and hey even read some stuff online about the best way to get the shots that you want. Overall I recommend he camera to anyone who is willing to take chances and do something different. It seems fragile to me so that's my only complaint. I always feel like I'm about to break it.