Samoca

Sanei Sangyō K.K.  was a Japanese camera maker. It made cameras under the Samoca brand from 1952. It was renamed to Samoca Camera K.K.  Samoca Camera Co., Ltd.) in 1955.
The Samoca cameras were distributed by Hattori Tokei-ten at least until 1956. The company was perhaps renamed Sanei Sangyō again in 1958, and Samoca cameras are known at least until 1962.
The logo of the company consisted of AAA inside a triangle; the three "A" are certainly inspired by the company name "Sanei", which can be phonetically understood as "three A" in Japanese.

Some of the meters traded by Samoca are DeLuxe, Type V, Adviser, Automat, Samoca II and some accessory shoe meters without type desination.



Manufacturer: Samoca
Type: V
Sensor: Selenium
Year: 19xx
Type of measurement:
Sensitivity: DIN / 1600 ASA
Aperture :
Exposure time :
EV: 1
The Samoca V is a cosmetically altered
Sekonic L-38

Manufacturer: Samoca
Type: DeLuxe
Sensor: Selenium
Year: 19xx
Type of measurement:
Sensitivity: DIN / 1600 ASA
Aperture :
Exposure time :
EV: 1
This Samoca is a cosmetically altered Sekonic L-8. 

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