BEST Film Developing Tanks For Movie & Photo Film

Updated 2:52 PM EDT, Wednesday, August 23, 2023

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BEST Film Developing Tanks For Movie & Photo Film


Instant film can seem easier to deal with when compared to negative film--let's talk about what tank you can use to create some negatives.

Do you develop black & white or color?

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I wonder what too much film equipment looks like…

the best film developing tanks

Are you in favor of metal or plastic reels?

Has a film developing app been created…?

What People Are Asking…

How much does it cost to get film developed?

I think most people would say, "Too much!" You have to figure out if it makes more sense to do it yourself or send it off.

Does Walmart develop 35mm film?

If they still do, you probably won't get the negatives back, and you'll want those…that's the point of using film today, right?

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Is it cheaper to develop your own film?

That really depends on how much film you're developing and how often. If you can find a local place that develops, sometimes that can be a cheaper option.

Can old film be developed?

Yes, but the results might not be that great.

Can you develop color film at home?

Yes, but the process is a bit more complicated than black & white.

Products & Equipment

Minox B -

Minolta 16 -

Paterson Tank -

Yankee Master Tank -

Mose G3 Tank -

LOMO Tank -

Kodak Tri-X 400 -

Kodak Portra 400 -

Hasselblad 500C/M -

Hasselblad Film Backs -

Hasselblad Digital Backs -


Anker PowerCore+ Mini, 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable Charger -

Anker PowerCore 20,100mAh Portable Charger -

YIWER Flameless Candles -

Rechargeable Flameless Candles - Tea Lights - 



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