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Harrison Standard Film Changing Tent (36 x 27 x 14")

BH #HACT • MFR #1001
Harrison Standard Film Changing Tent (36 x 27 x 14")
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Harrison 1001 Overview

The packable, portable darkroom that really holds up when the pressure is on. It's comfortably cool. It gives you the space you need to work in and is as lightproof as your favorite studio darkroom.

Designed by a working camera assistant, the Harrison Film Changing Tent is packed with practical, field-tested features. The Harrison Film Changing Tent is ideal for both the motion picture assistant and large format still photographer.

The Harrison standard changing tent is intended for 35mm motion-picture film or 8x10" sheet-film changing.

One piece tent design for quick assembly in seconds.
Reflective silver fabric keeps heat out, and interior cool. A domed ceiling keeps film dust-free.
Double zippered doors provide double protection.
Elastic sleeves are long enough to fit over elbows, and inside elastic provides added security.
Shock-corded and anodized aluminum tent poles fold into sections for storage.
UPC: 000000010016

Harrison 1001 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight3.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.25 x 9.05 x 5.6"

Harrison 1001 Reviews

Easy setup, works well

By Joel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-27

I use this or loading 4x5 in holders and on reels for processing. The footprint is ideal for me, about 2 inches taller would be great. As it is, seems well made. Quick to setup and put away when done. Time will tell how long it lasts.

Finally, i have space to work!

By Niv
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-04

Amazing! If you need to load 4x5 or 8x10 sheets of film in a Jobo expert tank - don't think twice! So much room to work!

Better Than A Changing Bag

By Steven
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-24

I have purchased a couple of large sized changing bags and this tent is MUCH BETTER than a standard changing bag. If you are loading 4x5 film holders, there is plenty of room; and there is also a lot of space to be able to change several 8x10 film holders comfortably. I highly recommend purchasing this over a changing bag. Easy to set up, and more than enough room to load your film

Great Tent

By Marcello
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-03

Coming from a changing bag to this tent is a major upgrade. This makes loading and downloading 416 mags an absolute breeze.

Stored properly, it does NOT get sticky

By Jorgen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-07

I have the pup version, which is perfect for medium format and 4x5, but want to upgrade for 8x10 film. As most others, I read that people would experience their tents getting sticky. In some forum, probably large format photography forum, there was someone saying it should be stored OUTSIDE IT'S BAG. Don't fold or roll it up and then store it. Let it hang in a closet or on any knob, coat-hanger etc.. I read this before I bought my pup tent, so I have stored it like this for many years when not in use. Mine is still in perfect condition. I only roll it up and use the bag when I travel with it, but take it out whenever feasible.

Comfortable Work Area

By Joseph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-29

Laying the Paterson multi-reel 8 tank horizontally....there is more than enough work area for everything you will need. Plus generous space to get the trash items out of the way. (backing paper on 5 rolls of 120 film) I am not able to completely fill this tent. But the Pup Tent would be too small for the way I work presently. (Yes, I had one.) Joseph from the U.S.A.

Harrison keeps you in the dark, in a good way.

By Lawrence
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-20

The Harrison film changing tent has a zippered door. The zippers are delicate; that's the one drawback. Other than that, I find this tent is perfect for loading and unloading 4x5 film sheets in my film holders. It has plenty of room, so you can separate the loaded holders from the unloaded ones.

Great tent

By Ben
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-04

Great for 16mm and 35mm 400ft mags - plenty of room. Little tight for 1000ft mags but still doable.

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What's the folded dimensions?
Asked by: Yasunori
It rolls up into a bag. When stored in the bag it's about 16 inches long with a 6.5 inch diameter. Hope this helps.
Answered by: bryan t.
Date published: 2019-10-13


Does it have enough room for changing 8x10 negatives?
Asked by: Bing Yang
Yes. That's why I got it. However it's tight. If you're trying to load a developing tank it might be too small. I am able to load/unload 8x10 holders and put film back into boxes. The next size up would definitely be good.
Answered by: Joe N.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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