Developing your own film usually means having or making your own darkroom, but the 'Kanton DX35' kit looks to change this by offering photographers a miniature way to partake in the development process from anywhere.
Coming with all the essential equipment needed to develop film, the kit offers a partially automated process that can be activated via the integrated display panel. Photographers only need to input their film roll, unwind the film within the miniature container, utilize the accompanying chemicals and wait the designated time to perform the process from their own home or office.
The rise of digital photography was thought to be end of film cameras, but solutions like the 'Kanton DX35' by Thomas Müller identifies the continued interest in the antiquated process.
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