So in the 60s an all-plastic camera, the Diana showed up on the market. It was marketed as a novelty item. The next thing ya know it was wildly popular—twisted, haphazard effects, from multiple exposures to light leaks. Exactly like the original, this awesome camera, glorious with it’s neon yellow, blue, and magenta, comes with a classic electronic flash, colored gel filters, an instructional manual, a hardcover photo book, a lens cap, and a secure neck strap. Oh baby shake it.