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JCH 5x35mm Filmgehäuse

Our Price: £12.00 GBP

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Beschreibung

Ein wesentliches Stück - Set für den 35 - mm - Fotograf - diese schöne Japan hergestellten Fall 5 film eng halten und geschützt , ob Sie für den Tag oder für einen längeren Urlaub unterwegs sind. Wenn ein film belichtet wurde, drehen Sie ihn einfach um, um den Überblick zu behalten! Das einfache Design lässt sich für B & W und Farbe NB individuell anpassen oder beschriften. NB: Filme nicht enthalten.ed.

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JCH Japan Camera Hunter Bellamy Hunt, ein Mann mit dem beneidenswertesten Job, den es gibt. Er lebt in Japan und verbringt die meiste Zeit damit , Filmkameras zu beschaffen, die weltweit selten, von hoher Qualität und gefragt sind. Er ist nicht zufrieden damit, die wildesten Kameraträume der Menschen zu verwirklichen, und hat kürzlich seinen eigenen film in den Formaten 35 mm und 120 mm produziert. Sein Instagram-Account ist einer der schönsten Accounts auf der Website - und zu Recht einer der beliebtesten in der analogen Welt.d.

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Wohin wir versenden

Wenn Sie Ihre Kamera film von uns kaufen , können wir es in Großbritannien, Europa, USA, Neuseeland, Australien und Kanada weiteren Ländern geplant bald versandt! So kaufen Sie Ihre JCH 5x35mm Film Fall heute und tauchen wieder in den Spaß von 35mm film - Fotografie!y!

Customer Reviews

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J.G.
Just Tickety-boo!

Given the choice of carrying 5 boxes of 35mm film or a 5 roll box of 35mm film and carrying 5 rolls of 35mm film in the JCH Film Case, the case wins every time. It holds five films and fits in your pocket. the lid fits nice and snug too so even on the most horrendous of rainy days your film will be nice and dry. That's just tickety-boo in anyones book.

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C.M.

Great product, I already owned one then got a second free through the reward program. Great way to keep film together if you're not wanting to take a big bag and have them loose. Now I have one for colour and one for b&w.
Definitely recommend 👌

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L.F.
Great

I recently took this to the Lake District and it saved so much room in my bag. 5 rolls is enough for one day of shooting. I’ve heard complaints that the plastic film pots that film come in when you buy them are more waterproof than this holder but I had a waterproof bag so it wasn’t a problem. I see this holder as a space saver, I popped the box and plastic pot in the recycling and was left with 5 rolls of film that took up no space.

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M.C.
Super handy!

Got this as part of the awesome Analogue Wonderland reward programme and I'm really happy I did. It's not something I thought I would use that often but I've found it great for storing exposed rolls while out shooting. I haven't used it for storing new rolls as I prefer to keep them in the pots and boxes until needed. While it's really only for use with 35mm if you only have a couple of rolls in there you can fit a roll of 120 on its side too (see pic). Some folks saying the lid is a bit loose but mine is rock solid. All in all a handy addition to my bag.

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P.
Does the job

It's made out of sturdy material, I'm happy with that. But I can't seem to get every day use out of it.
The case will only fit 35mm film canisters that have been removed from their pots. The pot lids provide a tighter and more secure fit than the case, so I don't tend to use the case. If the case fitted 35mm films inside their pot I would probably use it more to provide extra protection while hiking, but as it is I don't take it anywhere.
The lid of the case fits snugly but not tightly - as others have recommended I would suggest a rubber band around the lid if it's going in your backpack.
It's a good concept but since it only fits 35mm film without it's pot I really don't use it that much. If it was able to fit 35mm film including the pot, although it would be bulkier, I would be quite happy to take it around with me. As it is though, it just seems to sit on my shelf.