Invents Wrist Watch Camera (Jul, 1939)

Invents Wrist Watch Camera
A WRIST watch camera is the brain child of Jujiro Ichiki, Japanese inventor. It takes real pictures, making 36 exposures with one loading, and is equipped with an f .4.5 lens. The focusing scale graduates from one foot to infinity. What a wonderful device this would be for a spy!

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  2. Svetoslav says: May 26, 200812:13 pm

    What a fascinating device! I wonder if anyone used it for spying purposes? It seems hard to fit a photo camera into a wrist watch even nowadays.

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