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    What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    I have a photoflex and a box of 8x10 just fits. And kinda clumsy indoors. I want to make some trips in my car in 2020 and looking for something larger where I can move about inside an 8x10 and probably in the back of my 4Runner.
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Look at the Harrison film changing tents. The Jumbo tent will have plenty of room for 8x10.


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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    I don't usually, but if I need one I have a Panavision changing bag for Panavision motion picture cameras that is up for the task.
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Fujifilm FDB12L


    10 years ago I bought 2 for $25 but now the price for one of these is kind of ridiculous...


    Some of the Costcos around me use the same changing bag
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    +1 for the Fujifilm
    Sales person: Mirrorless, the most important innovation in photography in decades!
    Me: I always knew my Sinar 8x10 was way ahead of its time.

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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Harrison tent. Once you use one you'll never want to use a changing bag again. Ever, even for roll film
    When not in use at home, store it in a closet that gets opened regularly. Leave it unzipped so interior won't get musty. Never use a cleaning agent on the inside or outside, just plain tap water.
    Only use the included storage bag for storage during travel.
    One time investment that will pay itself off in spades for years to come.

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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Thanks guys!! Will look around for the Fuji. Harrison tent looks like a good investment too!
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Stone View Post
    Harrison tent. Once you use one you'll never want to use a changing bag again. Ever, even for roll film
    When not in use at home, store it in a closet that gets opened regularly. Leave it unzipped so interior won't get musty. Never use a cleaning agent on the inside or outside, just plain tap water.
    Only use the included storage bag for storage during travel.
    One time investment that will pay itself off in spades for years to come.

    -Dan
    I agree. I have a Jumbo to use with8x10 and 7x17. Plenty of rom. It s stored hanging loosely by a corner. if any outgassing happens, it causes no problems

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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Harrison Standard for 8x10, stored loosely in a mesh bag unless I'm actually traveling. The tent is 8 years old and so far no problems with the coating getting sticky. Very happy with the tent.

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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Looks like 2020 will be investing in a large changing bag!
    I remember a thread about the chinese large changing bags a way back and was looking into them. But I think I'll bite the bullet and get a Harrison. I don't want to blow away a box of film somewhere remote cause of a cheaper ebay bag.
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