The Royal 35P was a fixed lens rangefinder camera made by Royal Camera of Tokyo from 1957, featuring:

  • Rangefinder-coupled Tomioka Tominor f1.9 / 45mm lens, to f16, with 40.5mm filter size.
  • Unmarked shutter with speeds: B, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/300s.
  • 10-blade aperture diaphragm giving a nearly circular pupil.
  • Did not include non-coupled meter as found in the Royal 35M and 35LE.

The 35P was developed on the same chassis as the metered Royal 35M as a lower-featured variant. It had a long black-enameled central panel to camouflage its small rangefinder window and mimic contemporary cameras with brightline or parallax-compensating finder windows. A small round enameled Royal 'RC' badge on the front plate was added, in the style of Leica.


Royal Camera rebadged its equipment for sale by other distributors. The Royal 35P was also distributed as:

  • Brumberger catalog number 1561, with Brumberger Anastigmat 45mm / f2.8 or f3.5 lens, in North America;
  • Hanimex Holiday II, with Hanimar 45mm / f3.5 lens, by Hannes Import Export in Asia and Europe;
  • Hanimex C35 and D35, with Hanimar 45mm / f2.8 lens;
  • Hiyoca, with Kendor 45mm / f2.8 lens, by I S Photo in Japan;
  • Luxall, with Luxall 45mm / f2.8 lens;
  • Mansfield Skylark V, with Cimenar 45mm / f2.8 lens, for Mansfield Industries;
  • Ogikon 35P, with Ogikor 45mm / f1.9 lens, by Ogino Exporting in Japan;
  • Torca, with Torca Anastigmat 45mm / f3.5 lens, by Tor Optical Company, Ltd, of Tokyo, Japan;
  • Unicorn - 35 with Tominor 45mm / f1.9 lens.