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1954. 120 film, 6x6cm exposures, viewfinder camera. Also sold as Ilford Sporti.

Dacora Dangelmaier: Digna camera

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by bill339 » Fri May 05, 2017 10:24 am

The Dacora Digna is a medium format 120 film fixed-lens viewfinder camera introduced by Dacora-Kamerawerk in 1954 to 1959. There are several variants of the Digna with different lenses ranging from the relatively high end Enna Correlar 80mm f/2.9 to more basic offerings like my example’s Dacora 80mm f/7.7 Achromat. The Digna was also sold as the Ilford Sporti in the British market. The Digna employs a spring-loaded telescoping lens which can be extended by rotating the lens barrel counterclockwise. Once released, the lens’ focus can be adjusted by rotating the ring immediately surrounding the front element. Two toggles on either side of the front element choose between two shutter speeds (B for Bulb and I for instant) and two apertures (f/8 and f/11). A flash sync socket is located at six o’clock on the front of the lens barrel.

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