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The Dacora II is a horizontal folding camera taking 6x6cm exposures on type 120 film rolls. It was made in Germany by Dacora, c.1952. For approximately the first year, the accessory shoe was built-in to the top plate; after this, it was a separate piece of metal attached to the top.
It was similar to the Dacora I, but with more features. The Madison II is a name variation, c.1953, and after 1954, it was renamed the Dacora IIc.
Lens: Ennar 75mm/f3.5; Shutter: Pronto.