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    HARMAN technology ( APUG ) Survey

    Dear Apuggers,

    Many, many Apuggers very kindly helped us out recently regarding a survey on darkroom usage ( more feedback and news about that VERY soon ).

    Now we have another request, if you would be so kind as to spare us a few minutes and give us some feedback we would really appreciate it.

    https://surveymonkey.com/s/archiveandstorage

    Many thanks from all at HARMAN

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    What is the idea behind that survey? Is Harman considering caring for the storage issue?
    Aside of the negative envelopes, Kodak slide boxes and Kodak Photo Disk/CD and the APS-cartridge this had not been an issue of the industry itself so far (at least at the moment nothing more comes to my mind).

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    I would love to see P.A.T. certificated boxes for storing prints from HARMAN available at my local dealer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    What is the idea behind that survey? Is Harman considering caring for the storage issue?
    Aside of the negative envelopes, Kodak slide boxes and Kodak Photo Disk/CD and the APS-cartridge this had not been an issue of the industry itself so far (at least at the moment nothing more comes to my mind).
    The way I read the inquiry is that I think they are contemplating making their photo paper boxes archival for print storage.

    It's a pretty genius thing, if you think about it, because the name Ilford would be prominent when people bring out their prints to show. But I could be wrong, of course...
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    Done - and I would pay more for the box if you make it archival.
    The "black bag" I dont use for print storage, but I use it to store film (35 mm and 120 exposed film is great to keep this way)

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