GAF Anscomatic 626

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The Anscomatic 626 is a camera for 126 film cartridges offered by GAF in the mid-1960s. It featured autoexposure controlled by a CdS photocell. It resembles the GAF Anscomatic 726 which was manufactured by Petri, however it omits the rangefinder focusing found in that model. (The user must guess focus instead.)

This was one of a series of 126 models offered by GAF in response to the success of the Kodak Instamatic line.