A great film development lab & photo agency.

Australia’s largest film-focused, analogue wonderland.

Racquet Film is a professional film development lab in Brisbane. Since January 2017, we’ve developed for Racquet Studio’s professional photographers and global campaigns, before opening its doors to the public in June of the same year. Racquet Film now provide high-end development, printing and analogue equipment sales, making them Australia’s largest analogue-dedicated film processing lab, workshop, gallery and showroom. With three state-of-the-art JOBO film processing units, a top-of-the-line FUJI Roller Processor, a Fuji Frontier SP3000, Pakon 135+ and more, Racquet Film focus on tailoring development to each individual customer, making them unlike any other lab in Australia.

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Racquet News


What Racquet Film Did In April

We had a rather big April. Here’s a few highlights. We’ve now developed over 3500 rolls. Our team expanded from three to six. In two days, we get a new processor, which has been on its way from New York for over two months. We renovated our entire studio (see photos). We launched an amazing…

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Racquet’s 2018 ‘Transit’ Tour Is On Its Way

After an absolutely huge entrance into the marketplace, the Racquet conglomerate – which now consists of both Racquet Studio and Racquet Film, Australia’s largest photo agency and film lab respectively – are going on tour again for the first time in just over a year. Their 2018 tour commencement date is TBC, however the team…

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AGFA Vista Is Dead, As Expected

The Belgian-German multinational corporation Agfa-Gevaert N.V (known by most of us as AGFA) has today announced what many of us already knew to be true. The company, popular for its very affordable, rather bold C41 35mm films (available in both 200 and 400 speeds) has earned a cult following for producing a good consumer-grade product…

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