John Gunn Camera Shop - Dublin
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At John Gunn, you'll find a wide range of photographic services (including darkroom, studio and digital supplies) as well as cameras, photo equipment and film. They pride themselves on sharing their wealth of photographic knowledge - gathered over the last 40 years - with customers.
They also stock top quality products and cater to both traditional and digital photographers alike. Their Fuji Frontier 570 print lab provides Digital Prints up to 12x18 inches, Scanning to Disk, Developing and Printing of 120mm film, and the on-site laboratory provides hand developing services for B&W film.
Whether you've fully embraced the digital revolution or are still working with film, John Gunn have got it covered. They still stock a full range of professional films, plus B&W developing and printing materials - they even buy and sell enlargers and all darkroom equipment.
C'mon, get snappy - get yourself to John Gunn.
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