Zebra 4×5 Wet Plate Holder

69.00 inc. 22% Vat

Availability: In Stock


Zebra 4×5 Wet Plate Holder is a Modern take on Traditional Wet plate holders used back in the 19th Century. Unlike Zebra Dry Plate holders this one features a back loading system which is perfect for shooting Wet Plates, Tintypes, Ambrotypes… Magnetic back system allows for a super simple loading & unloading even in the dark!

Besides the glass fibre dark slides and light traps Zebra 4×5 Wet Plate Holder is entirely 3D printed using high temperature and impact resistant filament making it very compact but lightweight at the same time. Each holder is entirely assembled by hand to assure maximum quality.

Key Features:

  • Simple to use even in complete darkness!
  • Strong & Durable
  • Lightweight (150g)
  • Very Easy to Clean
  • Magnetic back Loading System
  • Built following ANSI standards meaning it fits pretty much all 4×5 cameras
  • Accepts plates ranging from 0,3 to 3mm thick

MIN/MAX PLATE SIZE: 97x124mm / 100x127mm

*It also works with Zebra & J.Lane Dry Plates

Weight 200 g
Product type Wet Plate Holder
Format 4×5" (max 100x127mm)
Outer Dimensions
Max. Plate Thickness 3mm
Exposures 1

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Fotografske storitve Borut Peterlin s.p.
Full 5x7 plates!

With this plate holder I can shoot full 5x7" plates, which does make a difference in the size comparing to the modified film holder. My plates are clean now, but I still haven't decided if that's a good thing, ha, ha, ha... Good job!

Peter Tell
4x5 wet plate holder

Good quality
Easy to use and easy to clean.
Nice priced to!

Great Quality!

Haven't used the plate holder yet, but it seems to be very sturdy and well-built :)
Super fast delivery as well! Looking forward to finally using it!

The 4x5 Zebra Wet Plate Holders are so well-made and arrived quickly

Nejc is a great selle, provided great customer service, and I will definitely buy from him again. I can't recommend Lost Light Art enough and his blog and YouTube channel are the reasons why I decided to get into wet and dry plate photography. Thank you again Nejc!