Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/05/25

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Subject: [Leica] OT: Film (er) Cache
From: gregj.lorenzo at (GREG LORENZO)
Date: Thu May 25 18:29:59 2006

Film and other obsolete bits have been arriving by the truckload here every 
day this week and now the wife, the postman, the UPS man and the Purolator 
guy are on a first name basis waving to each other, etc.

Now I've got to store a considerable amount of film. Kodak, Ilford and Fuji 
can up their film prices 20%, and/or discontinue certain lines and I'll be 
reasonably immune.

My question for the other film hermits out there is: when to freeze vs 
refrigerate? Do you freeze almost everything right away or wait until you 
film gets closer to the expiry date before freezing, or some combination. If 
you freeze too much, can you subsequently move film to the fridge with 



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