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From time to time the German Dacora Kamerawerk surprised the market with another unique camera specialty. In the case of the DACORA electric super dignette it was the two flash types feature that made the difference. The camera had a hot shoe for an electronic flash, and, unusual for a 35mm camera, a connector for flashcubes. The super dignette electric-SR and the Super Dignette "electric" 500 S-R were versions with coupled rangefinder.
specifications Dacora Super Dignette electric-SR Edit
- Type: rangefinder camera with fixed lens
- Manufacturer: Dacora Kamerawerk
- Year of launch: ca. 1968
- Film: 35mm with speeds 25 to 400 ASA
- Lens: Rodenstock Color Trinon-Lanthan 1:2.8/45mm
- Shutter: Prontor 500 S-E with speeds 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250 and 1/500 sec. plus B
- Meter: BEWI CdS sensor between viewfinder and rangefinder window, match-needle meter visible through the finder, coupled to shutter speed and aperture selectors
- Viewfinder: optical bright frame finder with vertical parallax marks and +/- marks for meter needle, and superimposed coupled rangefinder
- Flash: synchronized for all speeds, except when using flash cubes (only 1/30 possible)
- Batteries: one type 825 for flash cube firing, one PX 13 for the meter