The first Japanese cameras to use the Bolta film where the Boltax I, II and II manufactured by Miyagawa Seisakusho in Tokyo, Japan in 1938. These cameras have small barrel shaped viewfinders and fitted with a Picny Anastigmat f4.5 40mm lens. 3" x 1 5/8" x 7/8" thick -- 2" (thickness with lens included in stored position.) -- 2 3/8" (thickness with lens extended out.)
The Silver is exactly the same as the Dan Model II. It is possible that Boltax cameras were continued after the war with what remained from earlier production.
Ebay 2005/10/20 60USD
Last updated 20th October 2005