|GAF SC/100 Cine camera|
by marlinsgirl93 (Image rights).
GAF is an acronym for General Aniline & Film, the new name of Ansco after 1967.
It was not a major manufacturer as such, but a brand name used in the US and UK for cameras (including cine cameras) built by other companies according to their own specifications. GAF sold several 35mm SLRs, rangefinders and viewfinder cameras. The SLRs and rangefinders were made by Chinon, and were functionally the same as Chinon models. Other formats may have been made by Haking, which bought the company (and the Ansco brand) in 1978.
GAF-branded SLRs[edit | edit source]
- GAF L-14
- GAF L-17 (has double exposure capability).
- GAF L-CM (has double exposure capability).
- GAF L-CS (rebranded Chinon CS)
- GAF LC-X (a rebadged Chinon CX)
- GAF L-ES (a rebadged Chinon CE Memotron)
- GAF L-ES/2 (a rebadged Chinon CE II Memotron)
GAF-branded viewfinder and rangefinder cameras[edit | edit source]
|GAF Memo 35 EE|
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- GAF Memo 35 EE (a clone of the Vivitar 35ES and also rebranded by Dixons in the UK as the Prinz 35EE, with all of them being based on the Konica 35 and Minolta Hi-Matic rangefinders.)
- GAF Memo 35 ET (similar to 35 EE, but with the slower f/2.8 lens, making it comparable to the Vivitar 35EE and Chinon 35EE).
|GAF Anscomatic 126|
by Matt Jones (Image rights).
GAF-branded non-35mm cameras[edit | edit source]
- GAF 136 XF (126, cartridge camera, clone of Halina Signal Flash).
- GAF 220 Instant Load (A 110 pocket camera)
Links[edit | edit source]
- GAF 220 at www.collection-appareils.fr