The Anscoset, as it was called in the US was manufactured by Chiyoda Kogaku in 1960-61 and sold as the Minolta Uniomat. It is a solidly built 35mm rangefinder with a selenium match needle exposure meter. Exposure is set by EV equivalencies, ranging from 1/8 of a second at f/2.8 to a surprisingly fast 1/1000 of a second at F/16.This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with an Ansco Anscoset loaded with EasyPix 400 film in Gibsons, Canada. These tags describe this photo: color, scenic, 35mm, nature, and canada. Date: 2011-02. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Test roll - Ansco Anscoset.
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