The Instax film is excellent, and cheap, and you can buy it on Amazon or ebay in 5 packs and save money. The little Diana back is a quality tool that produces small but very good images. One can only wish that a similar back would be available for the Instax Wide. I have not been able to get 545 rollers or 100 packfilm rollers to do a good job with Instax, so we need a solution. Because the Instax exposes through the back, no mirrors are needed, and the images are sharper. Also the dyes are outstanding with an unusual but wonderful color palette. Look at this
imagine what it could do with a decent lens, or on a Speed Graphic?
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