Camera & Imaging Products Association

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Camera & Imaging Products Association (有限責任中間法人カメラ映像機器工業会 Yūgen-sekinin-chūkan-hōjin Kamera Eizō-kiki Kōgyōkai?, CIPA), is a Japan-based organization set up in July 2002 to deal with technologies related to photography. Its members are engaged with the production of film-based and digital cameras, and other related equipment.

This organization succeeds the Japan Camera Industry Association (JCIA).

Regular members[edit]

  • Canon Inc.
  • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
  • FUJIFILM Corporation
  • HOYA CORPORATION
  • Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd.
  • KONICA MINOLTA, INC.
  • Mamiya Digital Imaging Co.,Ltd.
  • NIDEC COPAL CORPORATION
  • Nikon Corporation
  • OLYMPUS CORPORATION
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Ricoh Company, Ltd.
  • SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
  • SEIKO Precision Inc.
  • SIGMA CORPORATION
  • Sony Corporation
  • Tamron Co.,Ltd.
  • Xacti Corporation


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