The Digna is a rollfilm camera for 120 film made by Dacora, with a pop-out lens tube.
Versions exist with an Achromat Digna 80mm f/8 lens and only one shutter speed (1/50 sec.), and with a Dacora Dignar 75mm f/4.5 lens. The top model has an Enna Correlar 80mm f/2.9. The latter two have a Pronto leaf shutter with speeds 1/25 - 1/200 second, plus 'B'.
|Made in||Reutlingen, Germany|
|Type||120 film viewfinder camera|
|Picture Size||6x6 cm|
|Normal Lens||Achromat Digna 80mm f/8 lens|
|Focus||Manual Focus, turnable front lens element|
|Shutter||Pronto leaf shutter,one shutter speed (1/50 sec.)|
|Dimensions & Weight||437g|
|Production Period||1954 - 1959|