Got to love the Diana. It's sometimes referred to as a toy camera because all the parts are made of plastic including the lens. If I took it to a photo op for portraits or weddings, people would laugh at me. Yes, it's silly. It doesn't even have a real view finder. It's basically an early point and shoot film camera. It takes the 120 format so the resolution is better than the 35mm film. Found this vintage Model T Ford while going to work decades ago. I had to retrieve the image from the archive because I am into film photography again. Unfortunately I lost the lens. A brand new Diana would fetch for $100 US. I think I bought mine for $30 back then.