The AuRA is a New Rotary Assist Film Developing Machine
10 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
Viktor Falendysh, a Phoenix, Arizona-based photographer and film enthusiast, has announced the AuRA Rotary Assist Film Developing Machine on Kickstarter. The AuRA is touted as a simple yet powerful developing machine, especially for films that have a long processing time, since it handles the timing and rotation of the films to ensure consistently good results.
Falendysh says that the AuRA will make the development process an enjoyable one for film enthusiasts who already process their own film and free them from having to perform repetitive tasks while at the same time helping save on the...
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