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The initials KSK were used by many Japanese companies in a wide variety of contexts:
- a KSK logo appears on the viewing hood of the Cordlef 4×4 TLR, attributed to a company called Kondo Seikō
- a KSK logo appears on the top plate of the Semi Kulax, Kiko Semi, Tsubasa Kiko Three and Gotex made by Kigawa until 1945
- an EHIRA K.S.K logo appears on the Weha Chrome Six, Ehira Chrome Six, Ehira Six and Astoria Super Six made by Ehira in the 1940s and early 1950s, and on advertisements placed by the company
- KSK engravings appear on the body and shutter of the Cine Vero perhaps made by Kinshō or by Kyōto Seiki in the 1940s
- a KSK logo appears on the Corona subminiature made in the late 1940s or early 1950s
- a KSK logo and KSK or KSK Proud shutters appear on the Proud postwar folders made from 1950 to 1953 by Sumida, and the same KSK logo appears on advertisements placed by the same company at the same period
- a logo perhaps reading KSK appears on the top of the Liner Six made by Tōsei Kōki in the early 1950s
- K.S.K. Kōyō Anastigmat lenses appear on the Crown Flex distributed by Kōyō Shōji in 1953
- a KSK logo appears on advertisements placed by the company Kojima Kōgaku Seiki Seisakusho around 1953
- the words TOKYO K.S.K. appear on the Aruba 35 attributed to Koike Seiki and distributed by Chūō Shashin-yōhin
- a KSK logo appears on the viewing hood of the Selcaflex 6×6 TLR, perhaps made by a company called Kyōwa