Nishika was an American manufacturer of 3D Photographic equipment starting around 1990 until eventually going bankrupt around 1996 after the FTC had taken legal action against the company for deceptive marketing practices. The company was formed from a collection of Nimslo parts and patents that Nishika acquired after Nimslo left the 3D lenticular photography and printing realms.



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Camera History Project

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This website is the culmination of years of antiquing. My wife and I enjoyed travelling around the United States, stopping at various antique shops and finding different cameras. Since 2012, we have collected hundreds of cameras, and there are some that we have, but that have not made it online yet. When the real world slows down, we plan to resume our hobby! Feel free to check out our online collection, and using the comment system, let us know which you've had and which is your favorite!

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