Rei-Sen (Mitsubishi Zero) photo by Sabro Sakai
Nikkorex Collection Part 2
In the first session, we researched other Nikkorex collection too on this meeting because the research on last month's Nikkorex F collection was very happy.
Very Rare Nikkorex Brochure
Nikkorex by Nippon Kogaku
Nikkorex 35, Nikkorex 8 and Nikkorex Projector
Very Cool Nikkorex Collection
Nikkorex Zoom 35 Brochure
Nikkorex Zoom 35
Nikon Auto 35 Brochure
Nikon Auto 35 of Nikkorex Collection
You might think that Nikkorex is like a toy camera.
Because the shape is very pretty like a boys and girls camera in 1950's.
Nikkorex Collection and Olympus
Kenkyukai Ladies Model with Nikkor 35mm F1.4
Very Early Serial Numbered Nikkor Lenses
In the second session, we researched the product concerning very early serial numbered Nikkor lenses. We brought together various very early serial numbered Nikkor lenses.
Very Beautiful Old Nikkor Lenses
Nikkor 5cm F2 No. 80616
Very Early Serial Numbered COM Nikkor 37mm F1.4
COM Nikkor 37mm F1.4 with Nikkorex Lens
Ryu's Press Lecture
Mr. Ryu Koakimoto, a professional photojournalist,
reported about ship magazine and very historical photographs.
Koakimoto reported the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in 1961.
SHIP OF THE WORLD, March 2010 (Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune, 1961)
SHIP OF THE WORLD, April 2010 (KUROSHIO submarine, 1961)
In the explanation of the following photograph,
Ryu Koakimoto's turboprop jet engine rotated at maximum speed!!
All members got excited by Ryu Koakimoto's photo
Ryu Koakimoto explained a Mitsubishi Zero story to the members
Rei-Sen (Mitsubishi Zero) Photo taken by Sub-Lieutenant Saburo Sakai
Sub-Lieutenant Saburo Sakai (1916 - 2000)
was a Japanese naval aviator and flying ace
of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.
SAMURAI and Sakai's Film
The negative film of which sub-lieutenant Sakai had taken a picture
was being preserved by publication company's former president.
Flying Mitsubishi Zero Sky-high
Wabi-sabi, Zen and Mitsubishi Zero
Dynamic and Elegant Sky of Rei-Sen (Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero)
From Michio Akiyama;
Copyright Michio Akiyama, Tokyo Japan 2010, 2019