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The UV mount lenses from Tōkyō Kōgaku are used on cameras from the 1960's (like the Topcon 100 Auto and the Unirex) and the 1970s (like the IC-1 Auto). These unique lens designs do not have a built-in shutter, but instead are mounted directly onto the shutter assembly protruding from the camera body.

  • UV Topcor 28mm f/4
  • UV Topcor 35mm f/3.5
  • UV Topcor 50mm f/2
  • UV Topcor 53mm f/2
  • UV Topcor 100mm f/4
  • UV Topcor 135mm f/4
  • UV Topcor 200mm f/4