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    Carl V - is it possible to get the PrintFile archival sheets here in the UK...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuikopath View Post
    Carl V - is it possible to get the PrintFile archival sheets here in the UK...?
    Yes no problem, I get mine from Silverprint in London. They also stock a good selection of films, chemicals/papers and other darkroom accessories.

    The link below will take you straight to the Printfile section:

    http://www.silverprint.co.uk/Product...p.asp?PrGrp=91
    Carl.

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    Great - many thanks

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    Just clip the sharp edge from the corner if you're having trouble loading 35mm film into sleeves. It's fast and easy, and there's plenty of room so you can avoid cutting into the image area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Budding View Post
    Just clip the sharp edge from the corner if you're having trouble loading 35mm film into sleeves. It's fast and easy, and there's plenty of room so you can avoid cutting into the image area.
    +1 It use to bug me that the corners would snag on the sleeve, then figured out the snipping bit. Works fine. You only need to snip the smallest bit off.
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

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    Okay guys, a quick question. Where can you buy glassine sleeves in the US? I haven't seen any in years, and ran out a long time ago. I just want the single 35mm sleeves, but can't seem to find them.

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    B & H or Freestyle should have them, but I don't see them listed on their websites.

    It looks like this place might have them http://www.glassinepreservers.com/

    Glassine sleeves were always my favorite.

    Dave

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    I use pergamin sheets for 35mm: http://ns24660.ovh.net/~abackup/photoprod/PAN023901.jpg

    Made in France. They sell them cheap enough at local photo store (20€ for 100 sheets). You can't closely examine the film through the pages, but I use them only for storage.. not for viewing on light table.

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    I also use the fold-lock sleeves from Archival Methods which are then stored in archival envelopes. If you google "Archival Methods coupon" you can easily find a code that allows for 10% off your purchase as well.

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    Neg Storage

    B&H has them, just search on "glassine". I just bought a bunch of 35mm and 120 sized. And I do mean a bunch - their minimum order is now a full box of 1000 for those sizes! (they used to break boxes and sell them in smaller quantities, but alas no more).

    Duncan

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