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

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  • Filmtools #: 462
  • Mfr #: 1000
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Product Features
  • 26" x 19" x 12"
  • Perfect film changing tent
  • Includes stuff sack and tent poles
  • For 16mm and 35mm 400' magazines and 4x5 film holders

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $229.00
Instant Savings: $8.00
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  • Overview
    The Harrison Pup Tent is the perfect film changing tent for 16mm and 35mm 400' magazines and 4x5 film holders. Like all Harrison tents it comes with its own stuff bag. Made in USA by Camera Essentials.

    New Storage Recommendations for all Harrison Tents and Bags
    Store your Harrison Tent loosely (unrolled) in a cardboard box or paper bag. If you have silica packets, you can put them in the box with the Tent. Use the stuff sack for travel only. The Fabric needs to "breathe" when it's stored for a long time. Don't store in an area with extreme temperature variations (ie. car trunk, garage). This can damage the fabric over time. Note: If you work for a production that uses loads not over 400' and you can be certain the "production" will not give you a 400' recanned load in a 1000' can, then this tent will work. However, if the possibility exists that "Production" will issue short-ends or re-cans in 1000' cans, it's best to go ahead and buy the regular sized tent.
The Harrison Pup Tent is the perfect film changing tent for 16mm and 35mm 400' magazines and 4x5 film holders. Like all Harrison tents it comes with its own stuff bag. Made in USA by Camera Essentials.

New Storage Recommendations for all Harrison Tents and Bags
Store your Harrison Tent loosely (unrolled) in a cardboard box or paper bag. If you have silica packets, you can put them in the box with the Tent. Use the stuff sack for travel only. The Fabric needs to "breathe" when it's stored for a long time. Don't store in an area with extreme temperature variations (ie. car trunk, garage). This can damage the fabric over time. Note: If you work for a production that uses loads not over 400' and you can be certain the "production" will not give you a 400' recanned load in a 1000' can, then this tent will work. However, if the possibility exists that "Production" will issue short-ends or re-cans in 1000' cans, it's best to go ahead and buy the regular sized tent.