The Diana camera first made its appearance in the 1960s as a cheap novelty, but it amassed a following of loyalists thanks to a low-quality lens that gently blurred images into dreamy scenes. It was resurrected for its retro appeal in the aughts, and since then, it’s gotten a little fancier. The latest iteration, the Diana Instant Square, is the first to pair the vintage plastic body with the ability to spit out Fujifilm Instax square prints. Not only that, it’s the first Instax camera with interchangeable lenses and a mount for a flash. You can take pinhole images, long exposures, or multiple exposures, and Lomography promises “all the unpredictable effects” of the original. It also comes in various styles and bundles, including a flash, lenses, color filters, and more.