Paterson Changing Bag

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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Ted A. (Manchester, GB)
The Gold Standard

If you're starting your home development journey then this is the changing bag to get. It's soft inside, with double elasticated arm holes, and secure velcro and sturdy zip opening. There's a reason why everyone has one - just get it! It even comes in a lovely box (pictured)

Martin C. (North Berwick, GB)
Essential kit.

This is an essential for me just now as I don’t have a dark room but love to develop my own film. The bag allows easy transfer of film to tank. Cannot fault it. Happily recommend.

Maksvelas (Vilnius, LT)

Use it primarily to load my 126 cartridges. Does the job. Easy to get the hang of.

Mark T. (Blackpool, GB)
Huge Changing Bag

Recently bought a 5x4 camera and my old changing bag was very cramped for loading the double dark slides. I needed a larger changing bag so I opted for this Paterson one. Despite having looked at the dimensions online, I was amazed at how cavernous this bag actually is! The photo shows that 5x4 dark slides easily fit with the slides retracted. The bag is also very well made, a reasonable weight and has both zip and velcro fastenings on the light seal. Unlike one of the other reviewers, I have not experienced any static problems. It is light tight and has plenty of room for loading film holders or developing tanks. I would highly recommend this changing bag.

Allister G. (Wantage, GB)
robust changing bag

This is my first foray into developing since being at uni. The bag is robust and certainly big enough to hold the dev tank and all the bits and bobs you need, as well as having room to walk the film onto the reel.
It was pretty hot and muggy the first time I used it, and found that the static inside slightly impeded progress, so do open the bag fully and get as much air inside before you use it for the first time?

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