Harrison Pup Film Changing Tent (26 x 19 x 12")

BH #HACTP • MFR #1000
Harrison
Harrison Pup Film Changing Tent (26 x 19 x 12")
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$229.00
$39/mo. suggested payments
with 6 Mos. Promo Financing* 

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Harrison 1000 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 "Pup-Tent" is intended for 16mm motion-picture film or 4x5" 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: 000000010009

Harrison 1000 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight2.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.1 x 5.4 x 4.4"
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is this the new style one or old style?

is this the new style one or old style?
Asked by: Ed
The Harrison Pup Film Changing Tent is the newest version for 16mm, and 4x5 film.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2021-04-02

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I shoot mostly 4x5 and the occasional 8x10. Is it practical for 8x10, or something to be avoided?
Asked by: Paul
I'm planning to travel with my 8x10 and bought the pup after reading some on-line reviews. It will work with 8x10 film holders although it's tight. I just tried it for the first time and it's workable. Fortunately, I'm probably only going to expose 4 or 5 sheets of film a day.
Answered by: Frank B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is it possible to get these dry cleaned? The ones I have are pretty old and they have a powerful smell.
Asked by: Anonymous
contact Harrison they are very helpful.
Answered by: Anthony H.
Date published: 2021-09-05
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