Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
The rather simple solution to the condensation problem that presents itself when you take something out of the freezer is to keep the packing closed until the thing has warmed up.
That way, the condensation still forms. But the thing that the condensation is dripping off is the outside of the packing. What's inside will remain as dry as it was when it went into the freezer.

You are correct. A lot of people worry about condensation thinking that because something has come out of the freezer, there must be ice involved, therefore there will be moisture when it warms up.

Condensation is from water vapour in the air which is at a higher temperature than the film and its packaging.

Of course, if you put a wet film into the freezer, that's another story!