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Vintage Camera, Gaf Anscomatic 726, by Petri for Ansco

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The Japanese camera company Petri produced this little range finder camera for Ansco in 1966. The answer to the popular line of Kodak Instamatics, it took 126 film cartridges and had a built in metering system. This one comes with a very nice case. Features an Ansco 1:2.8, 38mm lens and an auto and fully manual mode.

Gorgeous cosmetic condition, camera looks brand new, like it was never used. Case is also in very good condition. However, I am selling this camera as is, since it needs batteries to be fully functional, as well as the hard to find 126 film cartridges. The cartridges are available with some sleuthing through the internet, and it is possible to reload them with 35mm film.

Camera is surprisingly heavy for size.

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Vintage Camera, Gaf Anscomatic 726, by Petri for Ansco


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: glass, plastic, metal, leatherette, velvet
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