Instantly Develop Your 35mm and 120 with the LAB BOX

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Who would have thought that in the modern world full of digital natives, analogue photography was to revive from its "supposedly" decaying state? The year 2017 is marked as the year when film photography makes its ultimate comeback. The first months of the year are to prove that.

With the hefty news bits on upcoming film stocks, another issue of analogue photography, the darkroom and film labs, gets answered.

Enter LAB BOX, the quickest and easiest tool for DIY film developing.

The user can develop his films in full daylight, anywhere and anytime, a huge step from needing complete darkness to load the rolls. It's completely portable and travel-friendly as well!

The box can be purchased in either 135 or 120 film loading 'module' (or both), and can support different film processes such as caffenol, black and white, and C-41 (color).


Back them up on Kickstarter and learn more about this nifty treat.

2017-02-22 #gear #news #analogue #analogue-photography #film-developing #film-photography #film-process #lab-box

Thanks, Danke, Gracias

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8 Comments

  1. theblues
    theblues ·

    good day for film photography! between that and the F2/400 new film <3 <3 <3

  2. srcardoso
    srcardoso ·

    Oh yes, that's something I'd like to contribute.

  3. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    great idea!

  4. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    Great idea for a mechanical processor.

  5. hannah_brown
    hannah_brown ·

    :)

  6. gabriel-palacios
    gabriel-palacios ·

    What a time to live :)

  7. maxisztatikus
    maxisztatikus ·

    Sometimes i rollback tomuch the 35mm film. 120 is ok i think but the 35 is 50\50

  8. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh.

    And where is a box for 110 film - after all, the most 'pocket' of them all???

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