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F-Stop Camera Shop, 936 Harden Street: August 2010 (Moved)   3 comments

Posted at 9:16 pm in closing

F-Stop Camera Shop positions themselves as one of the last local photo stores. I'm afraid I haven't managed to visit yet, but from their site, it appears that they are following in the legacy of Jackson Camera with developing and printing supplies for the film photographer, and in fact go beyond that with rentable darkroom space.

They moved to 1224 B Huger Street (at Geddes Street) back in August. That leaves this stretch of Harden Street pretty well vacant, which is a shame, but the way it goes sometime..

(Hat tip to commenter ChiefDanGeorge)

UPDATE 8 February 2022 -- The State reports that 936 Harden is to become The Flying Biscuit Cafe.

Also adding map icon.

Written by ted on January 4th, 2011

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  1. I'sn't this the company owned by the two guys who ran for mayor and city council last year? If so, I recall an interview where they said they were looking to relocate on Main Street because that is where everything was happening.


    5 Jan 11 at 10:08 am

  2. they ended up relocating to 1224B Huger Street near Trustus Theatre

    Mike D

    5 Jan 11 at 3:52 pm

  3. In all honesty and frankness, opening up a film store in 2007 was probably pretty stupid in the digital age. Then not being able to scan slides in decently (as well as not being able to tell they couldn't scan slides in decently) was not wise either. And they still charged me.

    I love local, but only if you can give me what someone else can nationally.

    I do believe they are closed now on Huger.

    Joe Hinson

    25 Feb 13 at 3:33 pm

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