Koshimitsu (越光) was a Japanese company in the early 1940s. It is listed in the April 1943 government inquiry on Japanese camera production as the distributor of the "Baby New Yurisu"[1] 3×4cm camera, and the maker of its "Yurisu" (ユリス) 55/6.3 three-element lens and "New Yurisu" (ニューユリス) shutter (25–150, B).

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  1. Name inferred from the katakana ベビーニューユリス; the actual Roman spelling is unknown.

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