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March 1939.
June 1939.

Soho Ltd, of 3 Soho Square, London, camera maker.

The company sold (or even made) the Soho Reflex, a unique large format SLR, and made the Pilot, a folding camera made of Bakelite.

1928 The company was absorbed by A. Kershaw and Son to become Kershaw-Soho.

1948 A. Kershaw and Sons was acquired by British Optical and Precision Engineers Ltd; the group included Soho Ltd and Kershaw-Soho (Sales) Ltd[1].

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 10 March 1948
  • Camerapedia [1]