Manufacturer Logos in Transition! Part 2
Because we can’t speak english
I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,
but I would like you to understand
The Transition of the Manufacturer’s Logo! In Part 2,
we will write about the transition of the manufacturer’s logo on
Canon film rangefinder cameras.
We will refer to the cameras on sale at our vintage shop Japan Inc.
Canon Canonet （SE 45mm f/1.9）
This rangefinder camera was introduced in 1961.
The logo and design of the SLR camera look the same.
Canon A35 Datelux
This one appeared in 1977.
The logo design has totally changed.
It looks like a modern manufacturer’s logo.
These are arranged side by side.
It seems to have replaced the T50 SLR camera introduced in 1983 with the same logo as the A35 Datelux.
As for myself.
I wish they would have kept the same type of logo as Canonet.
This is the second part of our series on the transition of manufacturer logos.
We will continue to columnize on the manufacturer’s logo as it catches our attention, so stay tuned!
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Writer Takashi Okumura