Dacora II

The Dacora II was a horizontal folding camera taking 6x6cm exposures on type 120 film rolls. It was made in Germany by Dacora, c.1952. It is in the Dacora 120 film folding camera series.

It was similar to the Dacora I, but with more features.[1]

  • Lens: Ennar 75mm f/3.5 in Pronto shutter with speeds 1-1/300.
  • Self erecting bellows
  • Double exposure prevention
  • Cold-shoe: in earlier model integrated in top housing; later (c.1953) separate on the top plate.

It was renamed as Dacora IIc after 1954.

The Dacora Madison II is a name variation (c.1953) of Dacora II.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Models and info are as to McKeown's p.233


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