Always wanted to take instant photographs but don't own a Polaroid? Experience instant gratification with the Diana Instant Back+ for your Diana+ or Diana F+ cameras! Get dreamy, lo-fi Diana photos and watch them develop in your hands in a few seconds!
The Diana Instant Back+ combines the creative possibilities of the Diana F+ with the immediate gratification of instant photography. Use it with the dreamy Diana F+ and all its full range of accessories to get great results in an instant! Just snap on the Diana Instant Back+, load it up with easy-to-find Fuji Instax Mini film, and you’re good to go! Talk about snapshots! No need to delay your gratification by waiting for the lab to develop your photos as you can watch them come to life in front of your eyes!
Exposure Dimension: 46mm x 62mm
Film ejection mode: one touch ejection
Correction lens for extended focal length included in package and required
With power on/off switch, power light up indication, LED light film counter, tripod mount
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