Color-Digna is a medium format viewfinder camera made by Dacora and introduced in 1956.

It is similar to Dacora Digna I, but with an extinction meter. [1]

  • Film: 120 roll, picture size 6x6cm
  • Lens: Achromat 80mm f/8 (or Aanastigmat f/4.5)
  • There are various lens/shutter combinations
  • Shutter: special shutter 1/50 (or Vario and Prontor)
  • Extinction meter's window in top housing looks like a rangefinder, readout on the top-plate, and the symbols are sun, sun/clouds and clouds.
  • Manual focus, 1.5m-inf, in three steps
  • Cold shoe
  • Flash PC socket: on the shutter

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Model and info are as to McKeown's p.232


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