Okada Kolt

The Kolt is one of the more sought-after Hit-type cameras.  First, it is a fairly early Hit-type camera, appearing around 1950.  Second, it is one of the better-quality "HIT"-type cameras.   It has a fixed-focus 25mm f4.5 lens, but it has adjustable f-stops to f11. To top it off, it has adjustable shutter speeds of B, 1/25 - 1/100.  The other features are more Hit-ish.  The Kolt, along with the Tone, Mycro, Vestkam, Rubina, Myracle, Beauty and Midget, clearly demonstrates that Hit-type cameras were not necessarily designed to be toys.

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