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Kershaw-Soho (Sales) Ltd. was a camera maker based in Leeds. It was separated from APeM in 1928 and became part of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation. The Soho part of the name came from absorbing the Soho company, and some of the Kershaw cameras were continuations or developments of Soho designs- such as the Eight-20 Penguin which was based on the Soho Myna. Kershaw-Soho named most of its cameras after birds. Its postwar cameras were designed for roll film of type 120. It made cameras of that type for other companies, for example Ilford.

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Adams & Co. | Agilux | APeM | Artima | Barnet Ensign | Beck | Billcliff | Boots | British Ferrotype | Butcher | Cooke | Corfield | Coronet | Dallmeyer | Dixons | Dollond | Elliott | Gandolfi | Gnome | G. Hare | Houghtons | Houghton-Butcher | Hunter | Ilford | Jackson | Kershaw-Soho | Kodak Ltd. | Lancaster | Lizars | MPP | Newman & Guardia | Perken Son & Rayment | Purma | Reid & Sigrist | Ross | Ross Ensign | Sanderson | Shackman | Shew | Soho | Standard Cameras Ltd | Taylor-Hobson | Thornton-Pickard | Watkins | Watson | Wray

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