I have a decent-sized stash of film in a dedicated freezer, with groups of perhaps 20 rolls put away in individual gallon freezer bags. The idea behind the bags was to prevent condensation damage when I pull out film. To accomplish this, I should not open the bag till the film within has stabilized to room temperature. Now, my question: what is the best way to extract, say, 3-4 rolls (from a given bag of 20 rolls) for current use? It seems to me that the entire contents of the bag will be subjected to multiple cool/thaw cycles this way, which does not seem optimal. On the other hand, bagging smaller groups of film seems impractical, given the overall quantities. To be clear, I do not mind waiting several hours for the few rolls that I am about to shoot. It's the rest of the bag being cooled/warmed each time that I'm concerned about. The last few rolls in each bag could see 10 cycles by the time I get to them. When it was dry during the winter, I just opened the bags right away. It's more humid now, so I'm reluctant to do that. Thoughts/ideas/suggestions? How do you handle it? Thanks. Edit: the film is a mix of 135 and 120. Most of the 135 canisters have never been opened, but some were bought non-new and arrived without cardboard cartons, so the canisters have been opened at least once to verify contents. There are a few bulk rolls too.