“Canon (and its predecessor Seiki Kōgaku) made various 39mm screw lenses under the Serenar and...Canon 39mm screw lenses
“Zuiko is the name of the camera lenses made by Olympus, from the first one, mounted in 1936 on...Zuiko
“Simlar (シムラー) lenses were made by Tōkyō Kōgaku (predecessor of Topcon) from c.1935 to 1955. The...Simlar
“Hexar (ヘキサー) lenses were made by Konica and its predecessors from 1931 onwards. This page is on...Hexar lenses
“Fuji made Fujinon lenses in Leica screw mount in the 1950s and 1960s, and the 5cm f/1.2 was also...Fuji lenses for Leica and Nikon
“Rokkor was the brand name Chiyoda Kōgaku Seikō and subsequently Minolta used for its camera...Rokkor
“Konishiroku (predecessor of Konica) made three standard lenses in Leica screw mount in the...Konishiroku lenses in Leica screw mount
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Pages in category "Japanese lenses"
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