I actually had two choices for these. First is the Diana Mini Camera and the other is the Flip HD Camcorder.
Lomography Diana Mini Camera with Flash (6000 Luuux$)
The sweet and petite Diana Mini uses 35mm film to give you lovely square shots and half-frame photos. It’s a lot of fun! Now it’s even more exciting with the included Diana F+ Flash and the “Shoot Forever” book. Start tinting your pictures with a burst of colour – just slip one of the 12 colour gel filters in the Diana F+ Flash, and you’re on your way to bursting coloursplashes here and there!
Flip Ultra HD Camcorder (9540 Luuux$)
The Flip UltraHD camcorder combines Flip Video's signature shoot-and-share simplicity with the power of vivid, vibrant HD video. With 120 minutes of record time, you'll never miss another minute again. And because of UltraHD's pocket-sized portability, you'll truly be able to capture HD video anytime, anywhere.
Simple to Shoot
- Easy-to-use, pocket-sized HD camcorder
- Start recording within 3 seconds of power-up
- Captures 120 minutes of incredible HD video on 8GB of built-in memory
- Comes with Flip Video rechargeable AA battery pack (recharges when connected to USB)
- Large 2.0 inch anti-glare display to play back and delete videos
- Fast lens - great low or bright light results; 2x digital zoom
- Convenient flip-out USB arm plugs directly into your PC or Mac to launch pre-loaded FlipShare™ software
- Upload video to Facebook™, MySpace™ , YouTube™ and other sharing sites
- HDMI™ output (mini-HDMI connector)
- Records high-quality H.264 videos
- Video: 16:9 widescreen, HD 720p (1280 x 720) at 30 frames per second (fps) progressive scan;
- Silent mode for recording in sensitive situations
Actually, what I really wanted was the Diana Mini. Although I am not good at lomography, photography is something that I like. And the price is quite attainable. But then I thought about the Flip Camcorder and realized that an HD camcorder would be better than a camera who does only one feature. So I guess I will be choosing the camcorder in the end, although its quite expensive :/