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The GAF 100 XF is a very basic snapshot camera using [[126 film|126 film cartridges]] and accepting [[flashcube|Magicubes]] for indoor shots.
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The '''GAF 100 XF''' is a very basic snapshot camera using [[126 film|126 film cartridges]] and accepting [[flashcube|Magicubes]] for indoor shots.
  
 
The name [[GAF]] superseded "[[Ansco]]" as the company's camera brand in 1967 (their parent corporation had been "General Analine & Film" for decades). Models like the 100 XF were clearly a response to the runaway popularity of Kodak's 1960s [[Instamatic]] series using drop-in loading 126 film.
 
The name [[GAF]] superseded "[[Ansco]]" as the company's camera brand in 1967 (their parent corporation had been "General Analine & Film" for decades). Models like the 100 XF were clearly a response to the runaway popularity of Kodak's 1960s [[Instamatic]] series using drop-in loading 126 film.
  
[[Category:126 film]] [[Category:Ansco|GAF 100 XF]]
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*[http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=GAF+100XF&w=59091461%40N08&ss=2&z=m Scans of GAF 100 XF manual] (English) by [http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramirezaponte/ Antonio Ramirez] on Flickr
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[[Category:US 126 film]] [[Category:Ansco|GAF 100 XF]]

Latest revision as of 13:12, 4 March 2015

The GAF 100 XF is a very basic snapshot camera using 126 film cartridges and accepting Magicubes for indoor shots.

The name GAF superseded "Ansco" as the company's camera brand in 1967 (their parent corporation had been "General Analine & Film" for decades). Models like the 100 XF were clearly a response to the runaway popularity of Kodak's 1960s Instamatic series using drop-in loading 126 film.

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