Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm - 100 Pack

Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm (120), 4-Strips of 3-Frames, Horizontal, (Binder Only) - 100 Pack

Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm (120), 4-Strips of 3-Frames, Horizontal, (Binder Only) - 100 Pack

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Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm - 100 Pack

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Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives have exclusive thin backing coupled with high clarity and allow you to ake quality contact sheets without removing or handling negatives.

Note: Fits binder only

NO PVC - safe for long term storage
Strong continuous seams prevent negative hang up
UPC: 029368101808
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Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm (120), 4-Strips of 3-Frames, Horizontal, (Binder Only) - 100 Pack
  • 100 Storage Pages
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    Print File 020-0180 specs

    Format 120mm (6x6cm) - fits binder only
    Capacity Four strips of 3-frames
    Loading Mechanism Slip-in
    Writing Surface Data panel
    Thickness Top & bottom layers are 3 mil & center layer is 1.8 mil
    Dimensions 8-9/16 x 11-5/16" (216 x 286 mm) (WH)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.89 x 8.11 x 1.26"

    Print File 020-0180 reviews

    Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 6x6cm - 100 Pack is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 60.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from One of the few remaining options I've always had a love-hate relationship with the print file film storage pages - on one hand they are quite inexpensive, but on the other hand I don't like how the require sliding the negative lengthwise (potential for lots of long scratches) and how both ends are open. However they are one of the last remaining options for negative storage, and as such they serve their purpose well. There are other less flimsy options around but they are substantially more expensive.
    Date published: 2014-09-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for 16 6x4.5 frames, not so for 15 Bought these to store 6x4.5 negatives from my Pentax 645NII. Each page fits 16 negatives in strips of 4. For exact fit you'll have to trim the excess blank space at the sides of each strip. But you can just let it stick out if you don't mind. In 15 frames per roll mode each strip of 4 will stick out from the sleeve due to bigger inter-frame distance. To overcome this you will have to cut out the center gap, thus cutting each strip in half. You will then have to insert each of these 2-frame strips from different sides which is not convenient at all and a real pain if your film curls a lot (like some slide film does). So if you shoot 15 frames per roll, save yourself some effort and use wider pages designed for 6x7 instead (Print File 020-0200). Just keep in mind that those fit into oversized box/binder only.
    Date published: 2017-06-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for archival storage of medium format negatives I have been going through 50 years of medium format negatives and strips of unmounted slide film and transferring them from non-archival glassine pages to these pages. They are wonderful because you can critically examine the negatives and slides without removing them from the pages.
    Date published: 2017-11-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for 3 6x6 strips or 4 6x9 strips I store all my negatives in archival sleeves. The sleeves are then kept in white, gray, or black archival binder boxes with rings.I put the boxes on shelves orientated so the sleeves hang down. I can store a 12 exposure roll of 6x6 squares in one sleeve in 4 strips of 3, or an 8 exposure roll of 6x9 in 4 strips of 2. It's very nice to have one sleeve fit a whole roll of 120 film. I don't recommend these sleeves for 6x7 format -- for that, one needs wider sleeves.
    Date published: 2014-11-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Great for archival and for keeping negatives organized. great for making contact sheets. The construction is nice and durable - negatives won't catch on the seams like in some other sleeves. Works with 120 and 220 of course, but also a good protective sleeve for the smaller 127 and 126 with the paper tabs still attached. Warning - These will not fit 620! About the only sleeves that will are the 4x5 holders.
    Date published: 2010-03-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed Printfile is a great brand for these, and they're a reasonable price. The 100 pack gave me more than what I needed. The only downside is that they get worn kind of easily - not in the ripping sense, but that they aren't as tight to the negatives..? It becomes easier for dust to get in and onto the negatives, which is the downside but otherwise they're great.
    Date published: 2014-02-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from easier to scan than 120-3HB I have always used the 120-3HB which stores my 6x6 film in three strips of four frames. Four frames doesn't fit my scanner well, so now I've tried four strips of three frames and I like that better. That will save me time scanning because I don't have to turn the film around to scan the fourth frame.
    Date published: 2012-03-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'd buy it again. I use this to store my developed 120 film. It stores the film well. The only drawback is that for easy handling, the film has to be cut in shots of three or two. If you insert a cut of film with one shot, it's kinda hard to get it out of the sleeve. I'd buy it again though coz it's reasonably priced.
    Date published: 2016-01-13
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