Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
It doesn't really matter if it does or doesn't violate any copyright or trademark laws. If Bronica are (were) happy with it existing then it's no one else's business to complain.

It is such a comprehensive and well written and presented book that I'm sure they were more than happy with it being published.

I agree. But if he had to get any kind of permission and had not, they might have sent him a letter informing him of that and inviting him to do so. Our courts here have said trademarks must be vigorously protected, which is one reason companies go to such lengths to do so.

I'm sure they were quite pleased with the quality and tone of the book. Indeed written and presented well.