This combo contains 100 sheets of glassine 120 film negatives storage pages from Kenro and the corresponding ring binder for the storage of these negatives.
Kenro Negative Storage Pages 120 Film - Glassine - 100 pcs
For several years now, the negative storage pages of the British Kenro have been the best solution for the long-term storage of film negatives. Unlike many other archiving solutions on the market, these negative files are of professional quality and allow you to keep your precious negatives for many years without worries.
The negative storage pages are made of pH-neutral, translucent glassine paper. The perforated side of the sheet is always strongly reinforced, which prevents possible damage when leafing through the different negative files in the ring binder. The different negative strips of the sheet are marked with black markings which accelerates and facilitates the insertion of the negatives.
These negative storage pages are suitable for storing 120 film. Each sheet holds one full 120 film, regardless of the shooting format (6x4.5, 6x6, 6x7 or 6x9). Please note that the sheets are wider than a standard A4 sheet and a normal A4 ring binder is therefore not suitable for optimal storage of these negative files. We therefore recommend to always use the negative files in combination with the Kenro ring binder which was especially made for storing these pages. The ring binder is available with or without cover.
The packaging contains 100 negative storage pages.
Kenro Ring Binder for Film Storage Pages
This sturdy ring binder with four rings was introduced by Kenro specifically for storing negative storage pages. The negative files of, for example, Kenro are wider than the standard A4 format, so a normal A4 ring binder is not suitable. This ring binder is therefore also slightly wider so that negative files fit perfectly in the storage binder. The ring binder keeps the weight of approximately 100 to 150 Kenro negative storage pages, regardless of the film format (35mm or 120).
The backside of the binder has a writable label with date indication and a possible description of the contents.