JCII PASSED - Film Photography Pin


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Marcos J. (Leicester, GB)
A great gift!

It's a perfect size, great quality clasp and a neat little gift for a friend or yourself. Fits well on a coat, camera bag or strap, or even a hat. Would gift to my photog friends or myself. Have been asked where I got it once already!

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Neil P. (Norwich, GB)
I give it my 'PASS' seal of approval...

As per all of Mike Padua's products, this is yet another well made quality pin. Made to replicate the old JCII quality approval stickers, which I personally find very annoying as they're always faded, scuffed or mostly pealed off...this certainly will never look that way! I wear mine with pride on my bag. I will say though, although the listing suggests your hat...dont try that because the locking back is fairly big and soon starts digging into your scalp...! Although it does a great job of making sure you dont loose your pin. Five star product.

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Matthew (London, GB)
Shiney!

Christmas present for my fiancé and she’s very happy with it.

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Jonathan (Cannock, GB)
Very nice pin badge

a lovely high quality pin badge which fits securely on my camera bag strap

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JCdiver (Leominster, GB)
JCII Passed pin/badge

A well-made product but a tad expensive. the pins do need to be mounted on thickish material - like a bag or jacket lapel. A bit of fun if you have spare cash. I purchased mine in a frivolous nostalgic moment. It may get pinned to one of my analogue bags - or tossed in my accessory box. The JCII labels on my Nikon and Olympus cameras and lenses are intact. It is surprising I have not removed them as I never thought they would mean anything in 2019.

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