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The word Light appears in the names of various cameras, among which are the following:
- the Light (3×4) camera made by Ōhashi in 1929
- the Weha Light plate folder, distributed by Yamamoto Shashinki-ten in the early 1930s
- the Light-Go and B Light-Go no-need-darkroom pseudo TLR cameras made by Tougodo in the early or mid-1930s
- the Baby Light made by Ōhashi in 1936 and 1937
- the Roll Light Ref made by Ōhashi in 1937
- the Light (4×6.5) camera distributed by Sasaki Shōten in 1940
- the Light Super, a name variant of the Kowa Kid dated about 1960
It also appears in the name of some camera parts or accessories:
- the Light shutter mounted on some Japanese cameras in the 1930s