The Opurīna[1] (オプリーナ) is a Japanese camera, only known from an entry in Kokusan kamera no rekishi, itself from a column in the October 1958 issue of Sankei Camera.[2] It is described as a beginners' camera made for export, distributed by Darian Shōkai, a company which is otherwise unknown.[2] The exposure size is unknown. The camera is said to have knob advance, manual shutter setting and an f/3.5 lens. Two versions are reported: the Opurīna A with B, 25–200 speeds and the Opurīna B with B, 25–300 speeds.


  1. "Opurīna" is merely the Hepburn romanization of the katakana オプリーナ, and the actual Roman spelling of the name is unknown.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.379.


This camera is not listed in Sugiyama.