Originally Posted by Leigh B
When assessing storage of large amounts of film, it's the volume of material that matters.
The volume is the same for one roll regardless of whether the negatives are side by side or stacked.
The only volume that would be reduced is that taken up by the sleeving.
The volume of a sleeve is several times the volume of a roll, which means that reducing their number has a dramatic impact.
While I can see this being a problem in humid areas... this is South Australia. Driest state in the driest continent.
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