A Case of the ‘70s KODAK Film Case The KODAK Film Case - an essential piece to every film lover to preserve and organize film rolls. The portable steel case organizes five rolls of 135mm film and segregates them neatly by an inner case.
The body made of aluminium and the cap made of steel, KODAK film cans were widely used in the 1970s for film packaging, only later changed to grey-top plastic containers. The canisters were painted in colours and carried a lot of joyful memories. It was indeed a big part of the film photography history. We are inspired by the selection of materials and colours, and wish to recreate a new version of the KODAK Film Case, only to make it even more practical and stylish.
An essential piece to every film lover to preserve and organize film rolls - the portable steel case organises five rolls of 135mm film, and segregates them neatly by an inner case.
Functional - for all film photographers and hobbyists to sort and safeguard film rolls Fashionable - simple design with 6 color ways to suit everyone’s taste Flexible - spark your imagination and make the case a tiny customized tool box of your own
Dimensions: 148 x 56 x 47(mm) Weight: 160(g) Materials: Outer - Steel Inner - Plastic