The Kershaw 450 was a 120 film folding camera built from around 1956 by Kershaw-Soho in Leeds, UK.

The 450 was an enhanced version of the Kershaw 110, adding a larger, focusing lens, and an iris. The body itself had a few extras including fold out spool holders, a red window cover, cable release socket and a shutter release on the edge of the folding door.

Two shutters are known to be available, a three-speed + B Vario shutter and a five-speed + B Velio, (both quaintly marked "German Shutter").

The Kershaw 630 is similar to the 450, but with a lower spec lens & shutter.