Nittō Kōgaku K.K. . founded in 1943 as Nittō Kōgaku Kikai Seisakusho a Japanese optical company still (2007) alive, now with "Nittoh".name. imported in 1972 . 1972 Zenit B and Zenit E bodies in order to apply their “Kominar” lenses and system lens.. Zenit B were renamed as Meprozenit Pro and Zenit E were renamed as Meprozenit E .This company intended to sell those items in the Japanese market at extreme low prices. It had a lot of experience once they had yet produced since 1950 "Kominar" lenses for a variety of cameras, and also enlarging lenses. They also made cameras as a subcontractor for various other other companies, like Fuji, Olympus etc..
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