This nice beechwood box from Bayern is cheeper in production than 6 different seperate paper packings for these films. In my price list the prices of R3 are unchanged pro 10 135-36 or 12 120 rolfilms in this box.
12x 120 rolfilm R3 at Eur. 4,10 will be the same price for 1 box with 12x 120 rolfilm R3 (Eur. 49,20 - Our Fotohuis prices -). So this box is for "free", for storing your negatives, pencils, post stamps, whatever, so what's the big deal?
I wish you people would stop tormenting me with all this fun looking stuff! How's a newbie supposed to keep things simple with this kind of thing being dragged in front of me? It's a crying shame. Good thing I'm broke
FWIW, I like the box. If it's really cheaper than the cardboard then I'd like to know who the supplier is. I'm working on a direct mail piece for work and this might be really cool.
FWIW, I like the box. If it's really cheaper than the cardboard then I'd like to know who the supplier is.
Ask Rollei, I know it is supplied from a German company near Ausburg. (Or buy a lot of Rollei films ).
Six different films means six different printed card boxes, I suppose the minimum will be around 20.000 pcs. each.
One (all the same boxes) 10X 135-36 or 12X 120 rollfilms. Film production is going to be smaller and smaller in the future, so here is a possible cheaper solution.