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The Daci was a surprisingly stout metal box camera by Dacora, manufactured through the early 1950s with some minor variations. It was a non-focusing camera with instant and time shutter settings, taking 6x6 cm exposures on 120 film. Early versions of the camera used simple wire clips to hold the front on. Red, black, gray and green color varieties are also known.