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    WTB: Paterson 35mm spare pages

    Thought I had more but went to my box and found an empty pack and a pack with 3 sheets left... And I have six rolls hanging in the dryer.

    So if you have a pack / partial pack or two, I could use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    Thought I had more but went to my box and found an empty pack and a pack with 3 sheets left... And I have six rolls hanging in the dryer.

    So if you have a pack / partial pack or two, I could use them.
    Paterson makes pages? I've only really seen printfile, are they better?


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    [QUOTE=StoneNYC;1524424]Paterson makes pages? I've only really seen printfile, are they better?


    I can't say but it is worth looking at the Paterson website. Paterson has cut down on lots of things they did in the 80s and 90s when analogue was the only game in town but it still does more things than a lot of people realise

    Kenro also do files but I have no idea if they also sell in the U.S.

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    Sorry to hijack thread - trying to post in WTB and it posted here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Paterson makes pages? I've only really seen printfile, are they better?


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    Technically, no. They are Glassine which has questionable archival qualities.

    But I like the way they look and feel, have notebooks they fit and it's nice to cut strips in lengths of 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
    Technically, no. They are Glassine which has questionable archival qualities.

    But I like the way they look and feel, have notebooks they fit and it's nice to cut strips in lengths of 6.
    Fair enough, I think printfile makes a 6 image page now, won't fit in my 5 image page size binder though so I can't be positive but I swear I saw a 6 image version on their site. Good luck though, we like what we like

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    YUP... checked... available in 25 for under $10, try them out ... they also have 100 packs

    6x6
    http://www.printfile.com/35-6hb_25.aspx

    6x7
    http://www.printfile.com/35-7bxw_25.aspx

    and a whopping... 7x6 that's right, 7 frames per strip! crazyness!

    http://www.printfile.com/35-6hbxw_100.aspx

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    While digging around looking for something else, my heart rose, then sank. I came upon another packet... with 3 sheets left.

    Then my spirit lifted once more... Deeper in the box - another pack of 25... So I've got what I need for a while.

    Still, one pack won't last me forever so if anyone comes across more I'd be interested.



 

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