35mm film negatives
44P11 25-pack of Albox archival 35mm neg 6-frame strip pages will accommodate 7 strips of 6 frames of 35mm negs or unmounted transparencies per page. One pack of 25 sleeves will accommodate 25 rolls of 36-exposure film, or up to 43 rolls of 24-exposure film. Perfect for students, photo journalists, professional photographers and archivists who wish to create accessible, safe photo libraries.
Negatives are the 'originals' of your photographs, and slides are often the only record of that image in existence, so they deserve special protection.
Storing negatives is more economical than storing photos, and provides an invaluable backup in case of catastrophic loss of your photos.
The advantage of storing negatives or transparencies in Albox clear sleeves is that these delicate items can be viewed and proof sheets can be made without removing or handling the film.
Albox archival 35mm neg 6-frame strip pages measure 255mm wide x 315mm high. Each slot will take a 6-frame strip of 35mm negs. There are 7 slots on each sleeve, so a full roll of 36-exposure 35mm film can be stored in each sleeve.
There is one memo tab slot at the top of each sleeve.
These A4-extrawide pages fit into Albox binders to create your own photographic archive. One empty Albox 40mm binder will typically hold about 50-70 sleeves, and a 25mm binder will hold about 30-50 sleeves, depending on the thickness of the items stored.
Albox binders and pages offer true archival quality storage for precious photographic materials and documents. Create an enduring photographic legacy to be treasured for generations to come as part of your family history. Purchase empty Albox binders and packs of Albox archival pages to suit photos, negatives, slides, enlargements, postcards or documents, and create your own customised photographic archival storage system to suit your exact requirements.
TRUE ARCHIVAL QUALITY
Albox binders and pages have been approved by the National Archives of Australia, and are made from archival polypropylene which has passed independent testing for suitability for photographic storage (specifically the Photographic Activity Test of the Image Permanence Institute in Rochester, New York, USA (ISO18916)).
These pages have the universal holing system to fit into most binders, but please note they are about 1 inch wider than regular A4 pages, therefore requiring an A4-extrawide binder such as the Albox range of archival binders and slip-covers.
The negative sleeves are excellent.
As good many, better than most