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ARS-IMAGO

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ARS-IMAGO LAB-BOX with 135 Film
Module and 120 Film Module (Orange)
$199.00
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Features

Product Description:

LAB-BOX is the easiest and quickest tool to develop your own films in full day light, anywhere and at anytime, bypassing the need to load the rolls in the dark.

DAY-LIGHT

LAB-BOX allows to develop film from start to end in full day-light, bypassing the need for a darkroom.

MULTI-FORMAT

LAB-BOX has two interchangeable modules and reels for 135 and 120 films.

QUICK AND EASY

LAB-BOX is the fastest and the easiest way to develop film rolls, anywhere and at anytime.

UNIVERSAL AND MODULAR

With one tank it is possible to develop both 135 and 120 film rolls.

COMPACT AND PORTABLE

Its compact size allows for easy carrying, in a bag or a backpack.

VERSATILE AND PROFESSIONAL

Perfectly suitable for beginners, but also meets the needs of experienced photographers.

DEVELOPMENT AGITATION

You can choose if using continuous or intermittent agitation.

With LAB-BOX it is possible to choose to partially or fully submerge the reel in liquid, to experiment with different kinds of agitation.

Once the chemicals are inside the tank, it is possible to agitate them as required by rotating the outer knob which will turn the reel, allowing the correct movement of liquids, for a uniform development.

MODULES

  • The 135 Module has a film slot where the 35mm cartridge is positioned and blocked.
    The film is then clipped and the lid is closed in order to rotate the outer knob and loading the film onto the reel. Once fully loaded, an internal blade will cut the film, separating it from the cartridge.
  • The 120 Module is equipped with two compartments: the roll is positioned in the top one and the film will be automatically loaded in the bottom one. Once the lid is closed, pulling out the black backing paper, through the split on the back, will automatically load the film in the second, lightproof compartment. Having completed this operation, the lid can be opened in order to clip the film and then closed again in order to rotate the outer knob and loading the film onto the reel.
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