I’ve recently bought a Diana Mini, a Lomography camera which is plastic and very very small. It takes either 24mm x 24mm square photos or half-frame photos. It is also very handy for taking multiple exposure shots with, as the shutter is mostly independent of the film winder.
Diana Mini, Agfa Vista Plus 200.
(there are more of my photos on my photo blog thing at mostlytrees.wordpress.com)
Just got the 2nd roll shot with the Recesky TLR (the plastic camera)*. I almost buggered up the whole thing unloading the film in the photo shop, as it was I exposed the first 4 shots and they were ruined (and looking at what was left of them, I don’t think it was much of a loss). The others came out ok, though.
Abbey Church window
Tower, Town Walls
Multi – Blossom
Bird on a Wire
As soon as the river gets this flooding thing out of its system, I’ll have a few more interesting things to be snapping. And hopefully the sun will come out a bit, too.
*The Recesky is a copy of the Gakkenflex camera, with a couple of very slight differences to maybe keep the legal types away.