Tanaka (wartime)

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See also Tanaka Kōgaku, maker of the Tanack rangefinder cameras, and Tanaka Shōkai, a distributor in the 1950s.

A company called Tanaka (田中) is mentioned in the April 1943 government inquiry on Japanese cameras as the maker of the Mulix 6×6 folder and its Mulixar 75/4.5 and 75/3.5 four-element lenses.[1]

Tanaka is a very common family name in Japan, and this company was surely not related to the postwar Tanaka Kōgaku, maker of the Tanack cameras.


  1. "Kokusan shashinki no genjōchōsa" ("Inquiry into Japanese cameras"), item 90, lens items Lb36 and Lc26.


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