Tōkyō Niimiyakan (東京新宮館) 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.
- ↑ 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".
- ↑ Kameari, p.5 of Camera Collectors' News no.11.
- 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.