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Japanese subminiature
on paper-backed roll film and round film (edit)
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20mm film Guzzi | Mycroflex | Top
round film Evarax | Petal | Sakura Petal | Star
unknown Hallow | Lyravit | Tsubasa
cine film see Japanese cine film subminiature
110 film see Japanese 110 film

The Mighty is a Hit-type camera for 17.5mm paper-backed roll film, made in the late 1940s and early 1950s by Tōkō Shashin.

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Compared to other Hits it has several advantages: 3 f-stops (f4.5 , f6.3 and f8), two finders (one of reflecting type), and an optional tele-converter. Maybe its name derives from its "mighty" looking when the converter is used. Other attributes are standard: non-focusable 25mm lens, 14×14mm frame size, and B and I mode as shutter settings. The camera is usually marked "MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN".

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