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Fuji Shashin Kōgyōsha (富士写真工業社, meaning "Fuji Photographic Industrial Company") was a Japanese company active in 1944. Its name appears on an advertisement for the Bolex and Fuji Kozet, and it was perhaps the maker of the latter.[1] The address was Toshima-ku Ikebukuro 8 in Tokyo (東京都豊島区池袋八丁目).


  1. Advertisement in Nihon Shashin June 1944, reproduced in Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.88.


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