For those of us raised in the American education system "F+" is a rather unfortunate name for a product, but Lomo's Diana F+ camera, a plasticky cult design resurrected from the 1960s, is about to get a rather high-tech upgrade: Polaroid-like instant film gratification.
The Diana F+ Instant Back is an attachment that snaps onto the back of the camera and takes Fujifilm Instax Mini film. About 90 seconds after hitting the shutter, you've got a fully-developed image in your hands. The photo quality's classic Lomo, and now that Polaroid's out of the instant film biz, this is looking like the only game in town.
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