Review: Living with the ars-imago Lab-Box - by Tom Rayfield. For those of you not aware, Lab-Box from ars-imago is a daylight film development system, designed to be used to develop 35mm and 120 format photographic film rolls.
The makers claim it to be easy and quick to use allowing you to “develop your own films in full daylight anywhere and at any time”. For those of you not wanting to read this entire article, here’s the TLDR: …the Lab-Box is a quirky, yet brilliant piece of kit for developing 35mm or 120 format film. There is a small learning curve and the margin of error is quite fine, but once mastered provides an excellent solution to those without space for a full darkroom setup, or for the more casual film photographer.
Yes, there are alternative setups that can be had for less money, but if you are looking for an all-in-one film developing solution that can be used during the day, look no further. Before I begin the review of the Lab-Box, as is often customary with reviews these days, a quick disclaimer. Bellini Hydrofen B&W Film Developer 100ml or 250ml ~ aka Rodinal Special/Studional – Nik & Trick Photo Services. We love this product too….in fact we process more b&w films in this now than any other developer it’s that good!
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