The Diana Camera was originally produced in the 60s at the Great Wall Plastics Factory. As technology of the future improved, it soon became a thing for garage sale bins or free giveaway piles. Now that everything old is new again, Lomo is reissuing the camera for a limited time.
Implications - The Diana 120 Camera is made out of plastic and used to sell for just one dollar! The camera eventually became a unique tool for avant-garde artists and lo-fi photographers who called work with the camera Lomography. The images produced by the camera are often what Lomo calls "dreamy, color-drenched and sometimes blurry." You never know just what you're going to get!
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