Japan Camera Hunter 35mm Film Hard Case (Green, Holds 5 Rolls)

BH #JC35CASEGRN • MFR #153584
Japan Camera Hunter 35mm Film Hard Case (Green, Holds 5 Rolls)
Key Features
  • Hard Plastic Case
  • Protects Film from Elements
  • Ideal for Separating and Storing Film
Help keep your film protected and organized with this green Film Hard Case from Japan Camera Hunter, which holds 5 rolls of 35mm roll film. This hard plastic case is reminiscent of an egg carton and segregates rolls into individual slots for organization. It is ideally suited for protecting, organizing, and separating exposed and unexposed film while out shooting, as well as a neat means for holding film inside your refrigerator. Additionally, the exterior of the case is intentionally blank, offering free reign for customizing its appearance or for noting the type of film inside.
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Japan Camera Hunter 153584 Overview

Help keep your film protected and organized with this green Film Hard Case from Japan Camera Hunter, which holds 5 rolls of 35mm roll film. This hard plastic case is reminiscent of an egg carton and segregates rolls into individual slots for organization. It is ideally suited for protecting, organizing, and separating exposed and unexposed film while out shooting, as well as a neat means for holding film inside your refrigerator. Additionally, the exterior of the case is intentionally blank, offering free reign for customizing its appearance or for noting the type of film inside.

Japan Camera Hunter 153584 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.55 x 2.15 x 1.4"
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Is it safe to store film in the freezer with his ...

Is it safe to store film in the freezer with his case? Or should I just the individual canisters they come in by default? I'm worried about condensation getting inside.
Asked by: Albert
I would not recommend storing film in the freezer, this case will work fine in the fridge.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-16
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