Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm - 100 Pack

Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm - 100 Pack

Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm - 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 oversized binders, OB-1 and box binders.

NO PVC - safe for long term storage
Strong continuous seams prevent negative hang up
UPC: 029368101150
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Print File Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm - 100 Pack
  • 100 x Storage Pages
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    • 1Description
    Format 35mm
    Capacity Seven strips of 6-frames
    Loading Mechanism Slip-in
    Writing Surface Data panel
    Thickness Top & bottom layers are 3 mil & center layer is 1.8 mil
    Dimensions 9-15/16 x 11-5/8" (254 x 292 mm) (WH)
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    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.0 x 9.5 x 0.9"
    Archival Storage Page for Negatives, 35mm - 100 Pack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 82.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from binder choice & hole alignment 1) These pages are wider than normal so some care is required in selecting a binder. Regular 3-ring binders aren't all the same width, however, so it pays to try different ones. I found the Avery Durable w/EZ-Turn Rings in the 1.5 size (but not in other sizes) is adequately wide; the page edge does protrude slightly, but the negatives themselves don't. It's readily available. 2) Alignment of the binder holes is poor, so adding a stack of pages to a binder is unnecessarily difficult. 3) This size is perfect for anyone with a scanner that takes strips of 6 frames, and has room for more than 36 frames if you get extras out of a roll.
    Date published: 2011-09-22
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Item is okay but count the pages! This item is okay, pretty standard for a Print File negative sleeve - i.e. it works, its not amazing but it is fine for the price. It fits 6 negatives in one row meaning you can fit a whole reel of 36 exposures on one page and not have a dangling negative leftover. HOWEVER, you must count the pages, as I have found that a 100 pack for me only contained 97 pages. Poor quality control or cost-cutting (i.e. fraud)? I am not sure, but this makes me think twice about ordering a large box from this company again.
    Date published: 2016-08-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best storage for 35mm 36/7 exp Very good way to archive 35mm negatives. Especially if you tend to expose more than 36 frames on a roll, there's the seventh slot to put remander. Recently this has come in handy for bulk loaded films especially where frame count exceeds 36 exposures. For proof sheets I tend to take fils out of the sleeves and contact print them directly onto fiber based multi contrast papers. These sleeves are easy to remove and replace the film than others I have used. It is still very easy to misplace films once in these storage pages yet not as frustraighting as trying to find digital images on a hardrive that are mis filed. It would be cool to be able to make contact prints through the page but, 8X10 paper is just sufficient for 6 strips of 6 exposures. It's a little daunting but most of the excess pis, frame 36/7 if you will do not make it on the contact sheet. Sometimes these are the best from the roll. Bulk loading dends to ruin this last frame situation. If your bulk loading and can't judge when this last abortive exposure will occur things can be a drag.
    Date published: 2010-12-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from They hold more than 36 frames I often will get 37 or 38 frames on a roll of 35mm film, so it's useful to have negative sleeves that will hold more than 36. I've used Print File negative sleeves for many years. Negatives from the 1980s are still as printable as they were 30-35 years ago because I stored them in these archival pages.
    Date published: 2015-07-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it says it will but odd sized I bought these pages after buying the 7 rows of 5 frames version which was annoying because I always had one extra frame. These are much better allowing for 42 frames so even when you sqeeze out 39 frames from a 36 roll you never have to worroy about room. However they are an odd size, a little too wide for a traditional binder, and it took a little bit of time looking around to find a binder that fit just right. Overall if you can deal with finding a strange sized binder then these pages are great quality and hold a ton of frames. I definently recomend them.
    Date published: 2012-06-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but.... This product is high quality and working great for me HOWEVER.... 5 across film steps make for better contact sheets on 8x10 paper.
    Date published: 2015-02-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holds a full 36 exposure roll + more I've always liked Print File storage for my film, but for a while I struggled with the 5x7 option, which only holds 35 exposures (a 36 exp roll is 36-37 exposures, depending on the camera). This one is excellent, holding up to 42 frames on a single sheet. This allows me to put all of my negatives from a single roll in and then still have room for an ID card.
    Date published: 2016-02-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Negative Storage These sleeves are great for all my negatives I've cut into 6-fram lengths. I only wish I'd considered what size of binder I'd need to fit them. In a standard binder, almost an inch worth of sleeve hangs out. Couldn't find longer binders at the usual office supply stores, but I haven't looked much further than that.
    Date published: 2015-09-12
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