Tōkyō Niimiyakan (東京新宮館)[1] was a Japanese company active in 1925. It reportedly advertised the New Vest camera taking 4×6.5cm exposures on 127 film, released the same year as the Pearlette.[2]

Notes Edit

  1. In Kameari, p.5 of Camera Collectors' News no.11, the name is given in Japanese characters only. The combination of the third and fourth characters (新宮) has various readings, including "Niimiya" or "Shingū".
  2. Kameari, p.5 of Camera Collectors' News no.11.

Bibliography Edit

  • Kameari Hisao (亀有久雄). "Pāretto kamera no hensen" (パーレットカメラの変遷, Evolution of the Pearlette camera). In Camera Collectors' News no.11 (May 1978). Nishinomiya: Camera Collectors News-sha.

The New Vest is not listed in Sugiyama.

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