Philips LFH 195 voice recorder
Milos Columbo (Chaim Topol), Bond's ally in For Your Eyes Only (1981), uses a Philips LFH 195 Pocket Memo voice recorder to secretly record a conversation between James Bond (Roger Moore) and Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover).
The Philips voice recorder is hidden in a candle holder. The candle is replaced by a waiter and brought to Columbo. He rewinds and plays the tape to listen to the conversation.
In a later scene, when James Bond meets Columbo on his yacht, Columbo plays recording from a white plastic portable player with speaker so that Bond can hear the recording. The white portable tape player that Columbo uses is not yet identified.
The Philips LFH 195 dictating machine recorder was slightly modified for the film: the top cover was taken off to show the Philips mini-cassette and the bottom part was reduced to make it fit in the candle holder.
The recorder is also referenced as 195, LFH195, LFH0195. The model seen in the film is marked "195" (white text on black plastic), while some actual machines have the marking "0195". The tape used in the LFH195 machine is a Philips mini-cassette tape.
The voice recorder is not the only Philips device seen in For Your Eyes Only: Philips P330 and Philips P5003 computers are used on the St. Georges spy ship, and Q uses a Philips P430 computer (the "Identigraph") to identify Locque from Bond's description.