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    Try Print File for archival storage and presentation products

    Print File sells a full line of archival storage supplies including albums and pages, rag & conservation mat board, folios, metal edge boxes, clamshell boxes, and much more. As a welcome to APUG customers use the discount code APUG11 at checkout for a 10% discount at www.PrintFile.com. Discount is good from April 1-31.

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    Printfile pages are the only film storage I’ve ever used.

    I was pleased to see that Printfile offers the strong binder and slipcase combinations that I used to get from Light Impressions. That company apparently decided to mistreat its customers to the point that none of us want to deal with it further.

    The binder & slipcover is my favorite way to safely store my films in Printfile pages. I like to keep a 750-gram canister of silica gel desiccant in the same enclosure with my slip-covered binders so that fungus cannot grow on the films and ruin them. The silica gel canister gets recharged by baking in an oven at 300F for 2 hours every 2 years or so.

    http://www.printfile.com/oversized-binders25.aspx

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    Thanks! I too use only Print File pages to store my negatives. I store them in the Print File WorkBox which is solid, and protects them and keeps dust out.

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    After many years of using light Impressions I made my my last couple of purchases from Print File and was very pleased.

    http://www.jeffreyglasser.com/

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    Print File are the best film storage products I've used.

    Tom

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    I use the 35mm/126 and 120/620 neg holders and 4x6" and Polaroid print holders. Great stuff!
    Harry Pulley - Visit the BLIND PRINT EXCHANGE FORUM

    Happiness is...

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    i too use them. Thanks Print File for discount.
    “I drank what?” - Socrates

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    I also use them regularly. Great stuff, and they offer a lot more than just negative sleeves too.
    - Jeff (& sometimes Eva, too) - http://www.jeffbannow.com

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    Yes I'm a long time Print File user, glad to see you on Apug.

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    I use Print File exclusively for my storage of negatives- I will accept no substitutes.
    Last edited by Crashbox; 04-11-2011 at 06:07 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: El Typo
    I would love to use the "FP" flash setting on my camera, but I cannot find "Flash Powder" anywhere... such is life.

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