The scale focus Dacora Digna was a medium format camera introduced in 1954 by German camera maker Dacora-Kamerawerk.
A basic camera with a sturdy metal body, it has a single shutter speed, a fast Enna Correlar 80 mm f/2.9 lens, a flash PC socket, and a focus range of 1-10 meters and infinity. It's worth noting that its lens is collapsible to make it more compact but should be unlocked before use, or else the shutter won't fire.
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Film: 120 roll, picture size 6 × 6 cm
Lens: Digna offered with various lenses like Dacora Dignar 75 mm f/4.5, Enna Correlar 80 mm f/2.9, Achromat Digna 80 mm f/8 etc., filter slip-on; Lens collapsible, for unlocking simply turn to right by handling the knurled ring on the back side of the lens-shutter barrel, thus it opens; for collapsing press the lens-shutter unit as far as it goes then the turn to left for locking
Aperture: variable as to the lens; eg. Dacora Dignar's are f/4.5-f/16
Focus range: 1-10m +inf
Focusing: manual front element focusing
Shutter: Digna offered with various leaf shutters like Vario, one-speed shutter, Singlo, and Pronto shutters
Speeds: variable as to the shutter; eg. Vario is 1/25-1/75-1/200 +B
Shutter release: on the top plate, not works when the lens collapsed
Cocking lever: on the lens-shutter barrel
Viewfinder: reverse telescopic finder
Flash PC socket: on the lens-shutter barrel
Back cover: hinged, w/ red window
Tripod socket: 1/4"
Weight: 437 g
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