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Working Debonair Camera, Diana Clone, With Instructions and Lens Cap, Last one

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This is my last one, and the box is torn up. The Debonair Camera is a Diana style plastic, medium format camera, making 16 images on a roll of 120 film. These cameras (Debonair, Banner, Diana, Windsor, etc) are very popular among artists - the inherent 'toy camera' imperfections in the bodies and lenses create visually exciting light leaks, vignetting and blurs. The Banner is produced like the Dianas, in a gray and black color combo. 120 film is very easy to obtain, sold in any better photography shop - making this a great camera for the photography student or collector who actually likes to use the camera! Has two aperture selections - sunny, and cloudy or dark with flash! Also features a hot shoe for flash. And a very simple focusing array, based on distance. A super fun camera for the experimental photographer!

***Please note - these is my last one, and the box has some damage - crushed and torn a bit on one edge. They came to me this way, and the cameras are perfectly fine, the damage is only to the outside box, but be aware of this if you intend them for gift giving.***

The camera is in excellent working and cosmetic condition - doesn't look like it was ever used. Comes with the original box, lens cap, wrist strap and instruction booklet. Some minor imperfections in the surface of the black plastic body - these all seem to be remnants from the production process.

Takes 120 film.

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Working Debonair Camera, Diana Clone, With Instructions and Lens Cap, Last one


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: metal, plastic, glass, camera, paper
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