The Diana Cult Camera proudly shows outdated technology
The great thing about digital cameras is that you get the joy of playing with the pictures and have a strong element of control when it comes to taking pictures. Which in some ways does take the fun out of photography. Many have argued that digital cameras have killed the art of photography, a subject I often find myself torn on. Well if you’re looking to revert back to old technology to capture the classic art, you should check out the Diana Cult Camera. It’s a recreation of a “cult legend” that was famous for its dreamy and radiant photographs.
I hadn’t really heard of the camera before, but after glancing at the sample pictures, I’m strongly tempted to pick this up and try it out. It gives your average photograph a much more artistic spin. Yes, you could probably do something like this yourself in Photoshop, but this way the results will likely happen in a much more unexpected way. The 35mm camera can use any type of 35mm film or you could use 120 format film. I know, messing with film again isn’t exactly fun to think about. It comes with a book filled with Diana history and images, as well as a lens and neckstrap. It also of course comes with an instruction manual as well. You can purchase it on LazyBoneUK for $58.92 or £39.99.