Kenko (company)

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Teleconverter Kenko 1.4× Teleplus MC4 DGX

Kenko Co., Ltd. (株式会社ケンコー Kabushiki-gaisha Kenkō?) is a Japanese manufacturer and trading company of photographic accessories, especially known for its teleconverters and filters.[1][2] Located in Tokyo, they have been producing conversion lenses since the 1960s. They produce camera lenses under the Tokina brand name. They also manufacture a beginner's 35 mm SLR camera (using the Nikon F-mount) under the Kenko name.


For current Kenko teleconverters and lens extension rings see List of Nikon compatible lenses with integrated autofocus-motor.

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