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    8mm film archiving pages/envelopes?

    I'm building up quite a few strips of 8mm film in my reversal processing tests. At the moment I'm using 35mm Kenro paper film pages to archive them. One strip sitting loose in each slot. Does anyone know another way, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    They're cute! Thank-you.

    Whoops. 1,55 EUR each..... I'll have to think about that.

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    But minox is the right route . I found someone modifying 35mm sleeves.

    https://vimeo.com/3451162

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    Though soft-PVC is not the best material for archival use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnielvis View Post
    take the 35mm sleeves--plastic kind and get a device for food sealing known as the "euro sealer"---for heat sealing of opened chip bags. these can be used to weld the plastic on the 35mm sleeves in half--I use this method for 16mm film strips from the minolta 16. You can make smaller or larger slots as you please. Making straight lines is a challenge--you have to set up some kind of sliding ruler to do it. DIY--"on the cheep" "smart cookie" you'll get chicks.

    hey--I just thought--USE STAPLES to put in dividing barriers. Easier and everyone has a stapler. Quick and dirty.
    Thanks johnielvis,
    – that sounds easier than the soldering iron technique in that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    Though soft-PVC is not the best material for archival use.
    Are they PVC? I thought the ones in the video were acetate. Kenro say that they are acid and chlorine free.

    I've always used the glassine sleeves in the past.
    Last edited by mr.datsun; 04-19-2013 at 12:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Fotoimpex states they are from PVC.
    I don't know af acetate sleeves. I know of sleeves made from PVC, PET, glassy paper.

    That "acid and chlorine free" refers to paper sleeves I assume.

    The time that there was quite a choice of materials and makes has gone though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    Fotoimpex states they are from PVC.
    I don't know af acetate sleeves. I know of sleeves made from PVC, PET, glassy paper.

    That "acid and chlorine free" refers to paper sleeves I assume.

    'An economical and practical method of storing negatives and contact-proof pages, the KNF08 35mm Translucent Storage Pages are available in Translucent Paper, and Transparent Print-Through Acetate - Free from Acid, Chlorine and suitable for long-term negative storage.'

    A bit ambivalent, I admit.

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    You got me... Yes I remember now, there were clear sleeves glued like those paper ones but made from very thin plastic foil. Yes, they could have been from acetate.

    Seemingly it's me living at the end of the World...

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