I’ve had the Diana Instant Back for a few months now and I have amassed enough shots to do a blog about it. I took a few more, but it was at a Christmas party and when there is a tangible picture to be had, people like to keep them.
It’s useful to get instant feedback about your exposure settings. I’ve always found it hard to get the exposure settings right with the Diana, so at least I get the chance to try again right away. It’s hard to get the shots looking crisp and in focus. A lot of them came out much fuzzier than I’d hoped. But it’s certainly a lot of fun using it!
Camera: Diana F+ with Instant Back
Film: Fuji Instax 800 iso (Diana correction lens changes it to 400 iso)
Scanned with Epson V500