5 out of 6 is not bad!

Walter Glover
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Re: 5 out of 6 is not bad!

Postby Walter Glover » 13 Aug 2013, 10:41

Paul,

Sorry, I thought that I had responded.

Print File do a sleeve designated 45-4HB POL which is designed for PN 55 Negs and prints. The pockets are lager and will accept many individual sleeves. For years I double sleeved my negs in Kleer View and then Printfile hanging sheets.
Walter Glover

"Photography was not a bastard left by science on the doorstep of art, but a legitimate child of the Western pictorial tradition." —Robert Galassi

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Waltzing Paul
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Re: 5 out of 6 is not bad!

Postby Waltzing Paul » 14 Aug 2013, 23:45

Walter, Marc, and Ian.
Thanks for your replies.
I like the look of the Printfile sleeves that go into a folder.
Probably end up ordering some of these as I like the idea of keeping them in folders.
At $25 for 100 sheets (holding 400 negs) should keep me happy for a while.
Couldn't get the postage costs without registering but will do that later as I'm off to bed now.
Ian, might take you up on B&H order if they stock these sleeves - go halves on the postage with you.
Thanks again for all your info.
Paul

The pictures you want tomorrow, you have to take today". - Anonymous - Kodak advertisement

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Re: 5 out of 6 is not bad!

Postby Lachlan717 » 15 Aug 2013, 06:17

I've always used the "Matin" branded ones from Vanbar.

Very rugged with frosted backing. Got the binder holes. I haven't checked their stocks of these for a while, but they've always had plenty in stock every time I visit.

Walter Glover
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Re: 5 out of 6 is not bad!

Postby Walter Glover » 15 Aug 2013, 07:09

Waltzing Paul wrote: I like the idea of keeping them in folders.


Yes the files can be stored flat in folders if that is your preference. However, from an archival point of view it is better to suspend them in a filing cabinet if you possibly can because the sheets need air to be able to circulate in order to control humidity and avoid mould.
Walter Glover

"Photography was not a bastard left by science on the doorstep of art, but a legitimate child of the Western pictorial tradition." —Robert Galassi


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