Affordable. Supports interchangeable lenses. Pinhole capture. Selfie mirror. Powered by AAA batteries. Uses Fujifilm Instax Square film. Doesn’t include flash. Extremely heavy vignette. Black-and-white materials currently unavailable. Clunky controls. The Lomography Diana Instant Square takes the all-plastic build and low-fi aesthetics of the Diana F+ but uses instant film for immediate gratification. The Diana camera is a legend—cheap and plastic, but with big medium format negatives. Lomography has long offered kits to convert it from a medium format film camera to one that uses Instax Mini film. But it’s a patchwork solution that drops a big part of the Diana’s appeal—a square image format. The Lomography Diana Instant Square ($99) is a ground-up design for square-format Fujifilm Instax film, and manages to evoke the same charm as the original. I think there are better choices out there for instant film lovers, especially those with more artistic inclinations, but if the ability to use external lighting and change lenses is key, the Diana is worth a look. The Diana Instant Square matches the aesthetics of the non-instant version, the Diana F+. It’s an ...