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Nihon Seimitsu Kōgyō (presumably 日本精密工業) was perhaps a Japanese camera maker in the late 1940s or early 1950s, and various sources attribute the Zany 16mm subminiature camera to that company.[1] Some examples of the camera have an NSK logo which might correspond to Nihon Seimitsu Kōgyō; others have an NDK logo.

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  1. Attribution: Pritchard, p.73, McKeown, p.721. The maker's name is translated as "Nihon Precision Industry" in Sugiyama, item 5161. This page at Nekosan's website says "Nihon Seiki", surely by mistake.

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