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Ansco was the brand name of a photographic company based in Binghamton, New York, which produced photographic films, papers and cameras from the mid-19th century until the 1980s. In the Late 1880s ANSCO's predecessor, Anthony and Scovill, bought the Goodwin Camera & Film Company. Hannibal Goodwin invented the flexible photographic film, which should have made Anthony Scovill the leader in the amateur photography business. But George Eastman copied the patented process and immediately set out to compete against Anthony Scovill. The ruthless behavior of Eastman nearly drove the now named ANSCO out of business, but a settlement in 1905 saved the company from bankruptcy. Eastman Kodak got away cheaply on this legal proceeding. In 1928 AGFA merged with ANSCO to allow it to compete in the worldw

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  • Ansco era el nom de marca d'una empresa estatunidenca especialitzada en la creació de pel·lícula fotogràfica amb seu a Binghamton, Nova York. Va produir pel·lícules fotogràfiques, papers i càmeres des de mitjans de 1800 fins a la dècada de 1980. També va vendre versions redissenyades de càmeres de tercers, incloent Agfa i Chinon. Un model Ansco Minolta incorporat va ser la primera càmera de 35 mm feta servir a l'espai exterior, així com la seva pel·lícula.
  • Ansco est la marque d'une société américaine de photographie basée à Binghamton, New York, qui a produit des films photographiques, du papier photo et des appareils photo depuis la fin du XIXe siècle jusque dans les années 1980.
  • アンスコ(英語: Ansco)は、かつてアメリカのニューヨークに存在した写真機、および写真フィルムを製造販売する企業であり、そのブランドである。 前身のアンソニー時代は別として、カメラメーカーとしてはあまり高級機は作らなかった。かつてはアメリカ合衆国第2位のフィルムメーカーであった。
  • Ansco entstand 1907 als Fotofirma (Apparate und Filmmaterial) aus dem Zusammenschluss der Firma der Brüder Anthony (Anthony & Company) mit Scovill & Adams. Der größte europäische Filmhersteller Agfa fusionierte 1928 in den Vereinigten Staaten mit Ansco zu Agfa-Ansco. Anzumerken ist die Entwicklung der frühen, nur kurz genutzten Memo-Film-Kassette für die gleichnamige Kamera. Als Vorläufer der ähnlichen Agfa Karat- bzw. Agfa Rapid- und der heutigen 35-mm-Filmkassetten stellt sie einen wesentlichen technologischen Zwischenschritt dar.
  • Ansco was the brand name of a photographic company based in Binghamton, New York, which produced photographic films, papers and cameras from the mid-19th century until the 1980s. In the Late 1880s ANSCO's predecessor, Anthony and Scovill, bought the Goodwin Camera & Film Company. Hannibal Goodwin invented the flexible photographic film, which should have made Anthony Scovill the leader in the amateur photography business. But George Eastman copied the patented process and immediately set out to compete against Anthony Scovill. The ruthless behavior of Eastman nearly drove the now named ANSCO out of business, but a settlement in 1905 saved the company from bankruptcy. Eastman Kodak got away cheaply on this legal proceeding. In 1928 AGFA merged with ANSCO to allow it to compete in the worldw
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