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JCH 5x35mm Film Case

Our Price: £12.00 GBP



An essential piece of kit for the 35mm photographer - this beautiful Japanese-made case will keep 5 rolls of film snug and protected whether you're out for the day or for a long holiday. When a film has been exposed just turn it upside down to easily keep track! The simple design is easy to customise or label (one each for B&W and colour?) NB: films not included.

Pick your favourite colour to match your camera, bag, or hairstyle!

JCH = Japan Camera Hunter = Bellamy Hunt, a man with the most enviable job in existence. He lives in Japan and spends most of his time sourcing film cameras that are rare, high quality, and in demand across the world. Not satisfied with making people's wildest camera dreams come true, he has recently branched out into producing his own film in 35mm and 120 formats. His Instagram account is one of the most beautiful accounts on the site - and rightly one of the most popular within the analogue world.

For more information about the brand check out our bio of JCH


Where we ship

When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your JCH 5x35mm Film Case today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Solid 4 Stars

Ok full disclosure, I received my one as part of the Analogue Wonderland reward program so I only parted with money for the shipping.
I can see the idea of this. Its certainly more pocketable than keeping 5 rolls of 35mm in your pocket/bag/insert storage option the boxes or even their plastic tubs.
My problem is that I like to see straight away what i've put in my bag, and using this case means that I have to take the lid off, and sometimes even take the film out to see the label. Small issue nonetheless and I know that that will not bother everybody.
I have read that some don't like the fit of the lid, although I will state that mine is fine and hasn't managed to fall off yet - but thats what rubber bands are for aren't they...?
Maybe two would be a good setup, one in one colour for unexposed film one in a different colour for exposed?
Or maybe a black one for your b&w and coloured one for your colour film?
4 Star rating. Theres nothing wrong with it at all, its just not really for me. Still, go get one and support AW and JCH.

Mixed feelings

They are great for storing film in the fridge for sure but there are negatives of taking the individual film out of its packaging. One of which you loose the expiry date for each film. Also the lid had been knocked off in the bag.

My cases from Silbersalz are better engineered and never come off!

Well made for what it is but I find myself not using it.

Let me start by saying these things are fine. They're well made but the lid can be a little loose.
I just don't find myself using them that much!
I bought the 10 roll when I started shooting film and got the 5 roll one from Analogue Wonderland for spending all my money with them ;)
The 5 is a better size, just slips into the pocket for a days shooting no hassle.
I find I just prefer to stick the standard film tubs in my pocket because they're sealed, don't get any crap in them and they're waterproof to a degree. As the film canisters sit in these holders loose, I don't really see the point.
The 120 ones, however, are essential.

Christmas presents

The service was brilliant, very happy with the product.

Great for your bag when you're out and about!

I bought this case along with the 10x for a month-long trip to Japan, and I'm glad I did. It is small enough to fit into your pocket or the side of your bag and makes switching films much easier than searching about your bag for a load of loose canisters.

The only drawback (if any) is that it can be difficult to see by eye which film is in which slot and so there can be a little bit of pulling out and replacing, which as the films fit in quite snug can be a tad fiddly with making sure the leader doesn't get caught when you put them back.

That aside, it is extremely handy to have on long shooting days, saving valuable time between loading films. You can also use them to store film neatly in the fridge, although I haven't done that yet myself.