Lab-Box Daylight Film Developing Kit

Lab-Box Daylight Film Developing Kit

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If you were ever interested in analog film photography, you know what a pain it can be to have your film developed. With the Lab-Box Daylight Film Developing Kit you don’t have to worry about a darkroom or wait for your film to come back from a lab because you can do it yourself, in the daylight!, with Lab-Box. Developed by ars-imago international (one of the best film photography spots out there), Lab-Box uses a lightweight system of seven parts and a clever design to give you access to a mobile film developing station for your 120 or 135 rolls. The process is really quite simple. Here’s how it works for 135 film. Cut the edge of your film to make it flush, and insert it into the module. Attach the film hook, close the lid and wind it on to the reel. Add developing liquid, agitate, wait. Dump the liquid, remove the film and start enjoying your negatives. You’re still going to have to get all your gorgeous shots printed or scanned, but developing has never been this easy.

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