|Dacora Dignette I|
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Dacora-Kamerawerk is a camera maker founded in 1946 by Bernhard Dangelmaier at Reutlingen, Germany. By 1960, the company had produced some 2 million inexpensive cameras. Dacora manufactured cameras for other European camera retailers to be sold under their own label, including Porst, Ringfoto, Ferrania, Ilford, and Lumière. The company was purchased in 1972 and camera production ceased shortly thereafter.
- Dacora 35
- Dacora-Matic 4D
- Dacora Dignette E-M
- Super Dignette (rounded-end body; selenium meter cell)
- Super Dignette (later squarish body; CdS meter cell; flashcube socket)
- Dacora Universa 35mm models
- Dacora D 101 Rapid
- Dacora D 101 F Rapid
- Dacora D 202 Rapid
- Dacora D 303 Rapid
- Dacora D 404 Rapid
- Daco, Daco II
- Dacora I, Dacora 120, Subita
- Dacora II, Dacora IIa
- Dacora 66
- Daci Royal
- Madison I
- Madison II
- Ilford Sporti series
- Digna 44
- McKeown, p. 232.
- McKeown, James M. and Joan C. McKeown's Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras, 12th Edition, 2005-2006. USA, Centennial Photo Service, 2004. ISBN 0-931838-40-1 (hardcover). ISBN 0-931838-41-X (softcover). Pp. 232–8.
- Dacora, Lippisches Kamera Museum (in German)
- Dacora page at Collection G. Even's site (in French)
- Cameras and User manuals at www.collection-appareils.com (in French)
- Dacora camera's in camera collection
- Dacora Dignette E-B PDF instruction manual, multiple languages from OrphanCameras.com website.
- Dacora Royal 6X6 manual, Dacora R / RL PDF manual, Dacora Digna PDF manual, Dacora Electric Super Dignette from OrphanCameras.com website