Does anyone know name of this 3-ring binder? (picture attached)

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  1. rustyair

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    Does anyone know name of this 3-ring binder? Where can I find one? It looks light tight! :blink:
     

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    I recommend printfile.com for binders. Not sure what you mean by light tight.

    Jon
     
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    That's the same box that is available from Light Impressions (but perhaps a little cheaper).
     
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    The last posting in that thread is over a year and a half old. I had dealings with them years ago after they opened here in Rochester. I have had no current dealing with them. I see they still have a Rochester address, although at a different location. I guess my advantage is, if I need something I can probably visit them in person.
     
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    Archival Methods also has this sort of stuff, and they are also in Rochester.
     
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    Its name is jose jimenez.
     
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    Light Impressions is working out of Calif. and they are still a ripoff these days. A sorry end to a once wonderful company.

    that type of negative holder is very common and others have given you several places they can be purchased
     
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    I have purchased these binders in the past, branded as Beseler.
     
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    Hi rustyair,

    Here it is. As others have noted it can be purchase from multiple sources. It isn't light tight, but of course it doesn't have to be.

    Personally, I prefer this model as it will accomodate (barely) negative pages that hold 7 35mm strips of 6 exposures.

    Both products work very well and you should be quite happy with them.

    Neal Wydra
     
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    Or use standard cardboard office binders and prepare or adjust a cabinet/shelf with a back surface and a height between shelves to just accept the binder, thus masking the binder dust-free too.
     
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    LI may be under new ownership, hence the current Rochester NY address?

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    hard to say, as they started out there and perhaps went back.

    None the less, I am still waiting for a refund for materials purchased never delivered, and in fact will never see the money. I among others reported them to the Attoney General of that city, but i don't think it helped any.
     
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    When I get a chance, I'll drive by their current location to see what's actually there.
     
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    Some people I talked to at the GEH told me that http://www.lumierephoto.com/ was formed by the original creator of LI. There is no connection.
     
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    I'm a big fan of print file, they even have an oversized binder for 6x6 35mm.The 35 6HB and binders with slip cases to keep dust out!
     
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    Adox offers such kind of box-binder made from folded Polyproylene (thus not really tight).