Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch
Actually, as I remember it from my color negative days at Kodak, the sensitometric properties of color negative film change the most in the period right after coating. Because amateur film can stay in a camera, at room temperature, for a long time, amateur film was aged before slitting and packaging so that the film changed only slightly after it was sold. Professional film was though to be shot and processed promptly and it was slit and packaged shortly after coating and shipped (and stored) refrigerated.
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