Print File 35-7B 35mm Negative Preservers

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Rated 2.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
Holds seven 5 frame 35mm negative strips - 35 frames total per page. Fits in most 3-ring binders.... Read Full Description
Holds seven 5 frame 35mm negative strips - 35 frames total per page. Fits in most 3-ring binders.
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Print File archival negative sleeves provide an ideal acid free storage solution. Holds seven 5 frame 35mm strips, 35 frames total. 25 pk... Read Full Description
Print File archival negative sleeves provide an ideal acid free storage solution. Holds seven 5 frame 35mm strips, 35 frames total. 25 pk
Ground orders usually ship in 2-3 business days.
Reg Price: $8.95
$6.85 6.85
Print File archival negative sleeves provide an ideal acid free storage solution. Holds seven 5 frame 35mm strips, 35 frames total. 100 pk... Read Full Description
Print File archival negative sleeves provide an ideal acid free storage solution. Holds seven 5 frame 35mm strips, 35 frames total. 100 pk
Currently out of stock (Expected 09/01/2017).
Reg Price: $30.50
$22.40 22.40
10 packs or more at $20.16 each
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Print File archival negative holders provide an ideal acid free storage solution.
  • Made of high clarity polypropylene
  • Holds seven 5 frame 35mm strips, 35 frames total
  • Contact prints on 8" x 10"
  • Available in packs of 25 or 100
  • Overall dimensions: 8-1/2"W x 11-1/14"H
  • Fits in any 3-ring binder except Print File M or C Series
  • PAT passed, archival quality, acid free, photo safe
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Flimsy negative holders
Mar 18, 2013  |  By Ray E. Lighty
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If you're trying to hold film that has been stored tightly rolled in film canisters for the last 50+ years, these pages are totally inadequate. The whole page rolls up and it's impossible to keep it flat. The plastic is just too thin. And even if you're inserting flat film strips, the holes are unsupported and rip through very easily.
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