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Marcy's Dacora Digna Camera Review:
This camera is perfect for my tastes at this moment. It's all metal, yet kinda cheezy metal. It takes 12, 6x6 exposures on 120 film. The lens assembly pops out away from the body but, when retracted, this camera is quite small and easy to slip into a pocket. All the settings a girl could want are right on the front of the lens. You've got your "I" and "B". You've got your three focus settings (5-10 feet, 10-25 feet and 25 to infinity). You've also got your "8" and "11"...I guess these are F-stops. That's how I used them anyway.
The images this camera takes are clear and there are no light leaks. Kind of refreshing for once.
McKeown's PRICE GUIDE TO ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC CAMERAS 2001-2001 states, "1954. Simple camera with tubular telescoping front for 6x6cm on 120 film. Focusing lens. Various lens/shutter combinations up to Enna Correlar f2.9/8cm in Pronto. Also sold as 'Sporti' by Ilford in Britain. Very common. $1-$10."
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