“After WWII the Japanese had a period of low spending capacity. So they enjoyed using cameras...Hit-type cameras
“The Mycro (マイクロ) is a Japanese subminiature camera, released in 1939. It was made by Akita...Mycro
“The Saica, Kiku 16, Gem 16 and Halmat are Japanese subminiature cameras made around 1956–7...Saica, Kiku 16, Gem 16 and Halmat
“The Bell 14 is a Japanese subminiature taking 14×14mm pictures on 17.5mm paper backed rollfilm...Bell 14
“The Gemflex or Gem Flex is a subminiature pseudo TLR camera made by Shōwa Kōgaku Seiki (昭和光学精機...Gemflex
“The Jenic is a Japanese subminiature camera, made around 1948 by an unknown company. The Jenic...Jenic
“The Vesta is a Japanese subminiature made by Ginrei in the late 1940s or early 1950s, taking...Vesta subminiature
Pages in category "Japanese 17.5mm film"
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