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A variety of photo accessories—including lenses, remote shutter releases, and especially tripods—were distributed by the Japan-based Kenlock Corporation. Some of the tripods are co-branded Smith-Victor, a US manufacturer.
At least one 35mm SLR camera using K mount lenses was offered, the Kenlock KG-1, which outwardly appears to be a Cosina CT-1A. In addition to the KG-1 and Kenwood badging, a small crest emblem is printed below the rewind crank.
|Kenlock Mc-tor MC 35-135mm F3.9-5.3 for PENTAX K. A product with the same specifications is also sold under the Soligor brand.|
|Kenlock 1:6.3 400mm lens|
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- US 1977 Kenlock trademark application at Alter.com
- An online sale listing from Italy has photos of the KG-1 camera from different angles, via the Wayback Machine