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Toshiba is a major Japanese company.
Tōkyō Shibaura Denki K.K. (東京芝浦電気㈱) resulted in 1939 from the merge of Tōkyō Denki (東京電気) and Shibaura Seisakusho (芝浦製作所). It became K.K. Tōshiba (㈱東芝), translated as Toshiba Corporation, in 1978. The Toshiba company is currently making consumer digital cameras and industrial video cameras.
Mazda products Edit
|Mazda exposure meter in the July 1938 catalogue by Asanuma Shōkai. Scan courtesy of A. Apra. (Image rights)|
Tōkyō Denki and later Tōkyō Shibaura Denki used the Mazda (マツダ) brand on various products:
- Mazda flash bulbs;
- Mazda filters, advertised in 1939;
- Mazda exposure meter, advertised in 1938 as the first Japanese electric meter.
|Advertisement for Mazda bulbs in Shashin Salon January 1934. (Image rights)|
Toshiba cameras Edit
- Toshiba PDR-M25
- Toshiba PDR 3300
- ↑ Advertisement on p.26 of Nihon Shashin Kōgyō Tsūshin, December 15, 1939, reproduced on p.60 of Hyaku-gō goto jūkai no kiroku.
- ↑ Catalogue by Asanuma Shōkai dated July 1938, p.11.
- Asanuma Shōkai. Cameras and other apparatus and materials. Catalogue dated July 1938. P.10. Document partly reproduced in this Flickr album by Rebollo_fr.
- Nihon Shashin Kōgyō Tsūshin (日本写真興業通信). Hyaku-gō goto jūkai no kiroku (百号ごと十回の記録, Ten records, every hundred issues). Tokyo: Nihon Shashin Kōgyō Tsūshin Sha (日本写真興業通信社), 1967. No ISBN number. Advertisements on pp.54 and 60, corresponding to pp.20 and 26 of the December 15, 1939 issue.
- Toshiba page at the Japanese Wikipedia