Nittō Seikō

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Nittō Seikō K.K. (日東精工㈱) is a Japanese company, which made some cameras in the 1950s.

The company was founded on February 25, 1938[1] and manufactured various parts, including flash guns from 1950.[2] It made two 35mm cameras in the first half of the 1950s, the Look and the Elega-35.[3] The company still exists (2007) and makes industrial parts, tools and measuring instruments.

Notes

  1. Official company profile.
  2. Official company history.
  3. Attribution of the Look and Elega-35: this page by Nekosan.

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