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    Quote Originally Posted by Konical
    Going from an extremely hot, humid environment directly to the freezer seems to be asking for trouble...
    Could be why I have had no problems - "extremely hot" and "Norway" are incompatible
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    I always keep my film in the freezer, too. I've never thought of trying to dehumidify it before putting it back in - and I'm in Florida where it's hot and humid almost all year. Never had a problem. I do allow the film to reach room temperature before loading it into film holders, though.
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    Thanks everyone. Now I feel confident that this is a safe and easy thing to do.

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