The standard Diana wasn’t exactly huge, but the Lomography Diana Baby 110 camera looks almost tiny in comparison.
This is the Diana that uses 110 film, which you can obviously buy at the same place as the camera. Once you’ve got one, slap it in, then hook up either the 24mm lens for square snaps or the 12mm lens to produce ultra-wide-angle shots. You can also use any hot-shoe flash including the Colorsplash Flash or Diana F+ Flash once the PC Flash Adaptor is attached.
When all that is in place, just shoot away on gold old-fashioned film, capturing standard shots or long-exposure images via the ‘B’ setting. Prices start at £39.