Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm, 7-Strips of 4-Frames (Binder Only) - 25 Pack

BH #PR357425 • MFR #010-0085
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Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm, 7-Strips of 4-Frames (Binder Only) - 25 Pack

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Print File 010-0085 Overview

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
Holds sleeved negatives - Sleeving available
Strong continuous seams prevent negative hang up
UPC: 029368100856

Print File 010-0085 Specs

Format35mm
CapacitySeven strips of 4-frames
Loading MechanismSlip-in
Writing SurfaceData panel
ThicknessTop & bottom layers are 3 mil & center layer is 1.8 mil
Dimensions7-7/16 x 11-3/16" (190 x 286 mm) (WH)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.4 x 7.6 x 0.3"
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Will the negatives stick to the sleeve in humid ...

Will the negatives stick to the sleeve in humid weather?
Asked by: Vinay
The negatives will not stick to the sleeves in humid weather. Use a dehumidifier if needed :https://bhpho.to/2YlWPFn
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-05-12

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will this fit into a normal 3-ring binder?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, these are designed to fit in a regular 3 ring binder. They are not as wide as an 8.5 standard letter page {measuring the full side-to-side}, but they are just a bit taller than the 11 , probably like 11.25 . A normal binder should accept the extra height but I suggest you try to lay them horizontal instead of vertical, in the long term it might help keep the natural tendency for the film to curl when it has the extra weight on it, plus some other reasons, but that it just my two cents, others may have no issue with storing them vertical (upright).Hope that helps
Answered by: Bryan E.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Can you put negatives on both sides of the page or only the front ? I am trying to figure out how many negatives can be stored on the 25 pages so I will know how many to order.Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
Each one of the seven plastic slots of the page is designed to accommodate only one strip of negatives. Its a tight fit for one strip although it quickly becomes easy if you keep the page flat as you slide the negative strip in. Also, the subject strip at the top of the page where you write in the description of what's on the page is only on one side of the page which confirms my believe (and practice) that each slot is designed for one negative strip.
Answered by: Peter T.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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