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#1 Dave Wowchuk

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Posted 23 September 2006 - 08:01 AM

Hi there!

I was wondering if there is a big difference in the function of the older Harrison film tents than the new ones. I have the opportunity of buying an older one (5 years old) but it's never been used. It doesn't have the double elastic sleeves, but everything else seems the same.

If there is a big difference, I'll get one of the new ones.

Thanks!

Dave
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#2 Glenn Brady

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 09:50 PM

I've got a Harrison FILM CHANGING TENT with single elastic wristbands that I bought maybe fifteen years ago and a Harrison FILM PUP TENT fitted with double wristbands that I bought in May 2002. They're both fine products and extremely useful, representing a great improvement over the changing bags that preceded them. The double wristbands may make a difference, although I've always taken care to use both tents in subdued light and have never fogged any film.
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