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Vintage Diana Clone Debonair Lomo Camera and Film

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This cute camera is in excellent vintage condition. It is actually pretty mint still in the box. It has a few black scuffs on the top, but other than that it looks like it has never been used. It still comes with the original box and wrist strap. The outside is mainly black with a light blue top.

I am not sure if this cameras works, but I see that the shutter still works on both and you can hear it when you press the shutter button. I tested the camera with a hot shoe flash and it goes off when you press the shutter so no problem there. This is a toy camera and is very similar to the ones you can get today that are sold by Lomography. This takes 120 film that you can still buy today. I have included a roll so that you can start using this camera right away. It is a roll of ILFORD Delta 100 Black and White film.

**Film may have different expiration date on it, that is beyond the date that is shown**

You can see some examples of pictures that were taken with this camera below:


Camera Includes:
Original Box
Wrist Strap
120 Film

Camera Information:

The Debonair is an all-plastic camera manufactured in Hong Kong. Despite a few similarities, it is not the same as the "Debonair" name variant of the Diana camera.
The Debonair is designed to accept 120 film, with its red window positioned low on the back to count off 16 exposures of 6×4.5 cm per roll. Versions with a red shutter release button or promotional tie-in badging are known.
This Debonair shares a suspicious number of similarities to the Holga camera, also originating in Hong Kong. The lens barrel is molded with similar focusing icons (3 vs. 4 with the Holga) and 1:8 60mm lens designations; the sunny/cloudy switch is similar, as is the wind knob. However, the switch does not change aperture but allows the shutter to be open longer, giving this camera a fixed f/8. The exact connection between the Debonair and the makers of the Holga is not known.

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Vintage Diana Clone Debonair Lomo Camera and Film