GAF Anscomatic 126

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After 1967, the Binghamton, New York camera-maker formerly known as Ansco began using the trademark GAF.

The Anscomatic 126 is a response to the runaway success of the Kodak Instamatic series—a simple fixed focus snapshot camera using drop-in plastic 126 film cassettes. The top of the camera has a socket for flashcubes.