Dunkbot: Affordable Automated Film Processor

A project in Hanover, Canada by Matt Bechberger

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A simple, affordable machine that merges the convenience of lab processing, with the speed and cost savings of home processing.
Backers: 80
Average Pledge Per Backer: $896 CAD

Funded: $71,676 CAD of $418,000 CAD
Dates: Mar 2nd -> Apr 16th (45 days)
Project By: Matt Bechberger
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Latest News

Dunkbot is an Automated At-Home Film Processing Machine

March 13th - via: petapixel.com
Reveni Labs has announced Dunkbot, an automated film processing machine. Dunkbot fits three 35mm film rolls, a pair of 120 rolls, and up to six sheets of 4×5 medium-format film. (Read More)

The Dunkbot: An automated film processing machine

March 11th - via: diyphotography.net
If you have ever tried developing film at home, you know the joy this magical process brings. You probably also know that while processing one, two, or even five rolls is relatively easy, going large volume is not trivial. This is where the Dunkbot comes in. The appropriately named Dunkbot is a Kickstarter project that, well… dunks! Dunks rolls of film. (Read More)

Reveni Labs releases the DunkBot!

March 6th - via: japancamerahunter.com
You might have heard of Reveni labs before. This outfit from Canada (eh!) has already released a couple of successful products, including a spot meter and an incident meter, which you can read more about here. But Reveni wants more, they want to dunk you, well, dunk your film. So they have come up with this, the Dunkbot. (Read More)

A huge update to the Dunkbot design!

March 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all, In the last 24 hours I have received many messages from people who are dismayed that the Dunkbot can only handle two rolls of 35, one roll of 120, and cannot fit 4x5 film.  While thinking about it, I realized that the focus on an... (Read More)

Reveni Labs launches Dunkbot home film processor

March 3rd - via: kosmofoto.com
Reveni Labs, the Canadian brand which has successfully released two accessory light meters via crowdfunding campaigns, has launched a new Kickstarter for an automated film processor. The new film processor is called the Dunkbot, and is mostly made from commonly found parts used in 3D printers. (Read More)

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