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The Lab-Box is the world's first multi-format daylight loading film developing tank. It's the easiest and quickest way to develop a 35mm or 120 film in daylight, anywhere, without the need to load the film in the dark. No more fumbling in a darkroom or changing bag - just insert the film in the module, close the lid, wind on into the tank, cut the end with the integral blade and pour in chemistry. The side knob agitates the film during processing.
Universal and Modular With one tank it is possible to develop both 135 and 120 film rolls, simply by switching the loading module.
There are two options for film development:
Continuous agitation This uses 270ml of chemicals, partially submerging the film, which is rotated throughout the time using the side knob (or an optional crank handle).
Intermittent agitation This uses 500ml of chemicals, completely submerging the film, so that agitation is only required occasionally (usually once a minute for 5-10 seconds).
The 135 Module has a film slot where the 35mm cartridge is held in place. The film is then cut to create a square end, attached to the loading clip, and the lid is closed in order to rotate the outer knob thus loading the film onto the reel. Once completely loaded on the reel, an internal blade will cut the film, separating it from the cartridge.
The 120 Module has 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 slot 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.
Quick and easy Film rolls can be loaded and developed in daylight, using an intuitive and simple process. It’s also light and compact, so can be packed in luggage to use away from home.
Versatile and Professional Suitable for beginners, but will also meet the needs of more experienced photographers, offering the possibility to experiment with different developing processes.