This listing is for a vintage 1960's 'Stellar' 120 film camera in the original box with instructions. This one of the many names used for the same iconic 'Diana' plastic/toy camera. The soft, dreamy, surreal artsy quality the camera makes is legendary and has had a devoted following since the 70's to this today. This is the real-deal--not a 'lens baby' or digital filter effect--but the original camera that made images on real film! The camera's limitations are actually it's strengths--it forces you to use your imagination--and the possibilities indeed endless.
The camera is in good used condition. The distance number plate around the lens turns when focusing but serves its reference purpose just the same. There is an Instant and Bulb shutter settings, and a 3-position aperture adjustment under the lens barrel. Those are the bare-bones adjustments of the Diana (Stellar) camera. Some don't even have the 'B' shutter setting but this one does. Another cool thing about the Diana's is they allow multi-exposures on any frame or continuously through the whole roll. The frames themselves are square and if shot sequentially, you get 16 exposures per roll of 120 film.
Cool collectible camera and even cooler images with this Stellar camera!