Japan Camera Hunter Film Case is Now Available in Black, You Can Now Sing Ebony and Ivory


Not too long ago we reviewed the Japan Camera Hunter film case. Recently there has been an update to the case. After a decent wait the Black Japan Camera Hunter branded film cases are finally in stock. These cases are the same quality as their predecessors. The case still holds about ten rolls of film, which is a better alternative than having ten loose rolls all over your bag. The Japan Camera Hunter film cases are simple and very handy on long days of shooting film. The case fits nicely into camera bags. The film canisters fits in snugly. The case fits well in one hand–making it easy to maneuver in and out of your bag when needed.

The regular film cases are available in the Japan Camera Hunter shop in black and white. You can get there by clicking here. The Bikkuri cases are going to be available soon. You can get them by clicking here. Bikkuri means surprise in Japanese, and each one of these cases is a surprise, you don’t quite know what you are going to get.

Review: Japan Camera Hunter Film Case

We, here at the Phoblographer love film photography. Many of us can be found with SLRs or Rangefinders in our bags along with our digital cameras. This is one of the reasons a few of us know and like Japan Camera Hunter. A great deal of people think Japan Camera Hunter is just about used cameras, but it is about so much more. Bellamy Hunt, AKA Japan Camera Hunter, actually sources, through his connections, cameras and other photographic equipment from Japan to customers around the world. He is also one of the biggest advocates of buying film, not megapixels. When I learned about the Japan Camera Hunter Film cases, my first thought was, “That is brilliant”.


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