Dave Tatsuno (born Masaharu Tatsuno August 18, 1913 – January 26, 2006 in California) was a Japanese American businessman who documented life in his family's internment camp during World War II. His footage was later compiled into the film Topaz (named for the Topaz War Relocation Center where he was confined). The film was placed in the National Film Registry, part of the Library of Congress, in 1997. He was a 1936 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley.
- Fox, Margalit (February 13, 2006), "Dave Tatsuno, 92, Whose Home Movies Captured History, Dies", The New York Times
- Photograph of the Tatsuno family in the Topaz camp.
- Photograph of Dave Tatsuno preparing to evacuate to the Topaz camp.
- Interviews at the Densho Archive (free registration required)
- "American Topics: Rare Look at Internment Camp", The International Herald Tribune, January 27, 1997.