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Okamoto Kōki (岡本光機) was perhaps a Japanese company in the 1950s. It is mentioned in some sources as the maker of the Septon Pen, a combination of a subminiature camera and a propelling pencil.[1]

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  1. Lewis, p.103, and this page by Masaharu Saito.

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

  • Lewis, Gordon, ed. The History of the Japanese Camera. Rochester, N.Y.: George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography & Film, 1991. ISBN 0-935398-17-1 (paper), ISBN 0-935398-16-3 (hard). P.103.

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