Summary: I loved my Diana Mini since I hold it in my hands for the first time. I like the Diana+, but her little sister offers the possibility of shooting with 35 mm and also half frame! That means 72 photos in just one 36 exposures film. For one who is starting to experience in the lomography world, I would say the Mini is the best option.
Summary: Though everyone has a phone that takes pics, I was looking for a fun Christmas gift for my daughter who loves anything retro. This camera was just what I needed. My daughter thoroughly enjoyed learning how to use a 35 mm camera and this one was easy to use and fit the "retro" bill!
Summary: RANT: I took three rolls the first day I got the camera and I LOVE the way my pictures came out. Yes, it's not digital and yes, you have to wait for your pictures to be developed *gasp*, but we live in a world with too much instant gratification and a little patience will do us all some good. I had a couple that came out like "normal" shots and they're are kind of a nice surprise.
Summary: I'm still in the process of learning how to use this camera properly, but so far no complaints! It was a lot cheaper than anywhere else and it's such a fun camera, especially for those who are not pros at photography.
Summary: i love that it even came with fresh film!i love the color and it makes me look cooler than you. Its size is very flattering unlike your digital camera. Did i mention that this camera makes me look cooler than you!
Summary: Its such a small camera, that its easy to carry around. You can easily wear it around your neck while hiking or walking, or just as easily throw it in a small pack or purse. While I do a lot of my photography in 120 format, this camera takes 35mm and that makes it so much easier to process. The camera can switch between a half-frame format and square photos.