At first, we thought it was a misspelling of the common Midget "Hit" camera
-- or perhaps the Midget Jilona or Mighty Midget . Afterall, we had
never heard of this camera, nor seen any listing for it anywhere. Then
we figured that someone had scratched out the last "T" on the faceplate.
But we were wrong on both counts. This is the actual name of
the camera. There is nothing unusual about the camera -- other
than the name. It is a garden-variety "HIT"-type camera with two speeds
-- I (1/50) and B, fixed aperture (f11), none-focusing lens, takes 17.5mm
film. But if you are a collector of Hit-type cameras, be on the lookout
for this one.
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