Industry Tape. Zero Residue Gaff and Camera Tape.

Cameras

Don't Let This Happen To You.

The above picture of a bad tape job on the handle of a Sony F3 shows how easily cheap tape can ruin camera equipment. The handle will be a little sticky forever. Right after posting that photo on Twitter. I was handed a roll of this killer new Gaff tape by Industry Tape. They claim that there is “Zero Residue”. This would be a huge plus. The roll that I got works like a charm. I left it on my laptop overnight and there is no residue. It also appears to be very strong. I would feel pretty good about using it as a backup safety harness for mounted camera systems. Industry Tape is comparable in price to regular Gaff tape and will make a great addition to any kit. Here is a rip from the Industry Tape website. Click here to check it out.

“Industry Tape is a revolutionary new adhesive. Unlike conventional adhesives, Industry Tape leaves zero residue while maintaining its strength and durability.”

  • Industry Tape leaves no residue when removed from wires, stages floors, walls, etc. (even under warm temperatures)
  • Designed for easy tear
  • Even, clean, 90 degree tears every time
  • High tensile strength
  • Puncture resistant
  • Weather resistant
  • Moisture resistant
  • Flexible
  • Able to remove and reapply – no sticky mess, no loss of adhesion
  • Able to easily unstick from adhesive-to-adhesive contact
  • No shelf life
  • Lightweight
  • Comes in both glossy and matte finishes
  • Comes in wide variety of colors, striped caution pattern, and custom patterns

 

Jared Abrams
Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood, California. After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography. About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
  • http://nofilmschool.com Koo

    Have some reside on my tripod legs from years past, this would be great. Except I think you’ve gotta leave the tape on something for a couple of months, through heat and cold, etc. to see if it’s truly “zero residue.” One way to find out I guess!

  • http://twitter.com/jdwiden Jeremy Widen

    I could’ve used some this weekend. Needed to tape down a monitor and now have gaff residue all over my mounting bracket.