Niall Conroy Posted July 30, 2011 Share Posted July 30, 2011 Hey guys, I've amassed quite a collection of super8 stock now - ranging from brand new kodak stock (100D, Trix, Vision 200T) to old out of date stock (Afga, Kodachrome 40) I've been storing it so far in my bedroom drawer - out of the light and heat. Although, i'm starting to get slightly worried about the inevitable gaps that will occur while shooting this stock and getting it developed. So i'm starting to realise this is probably not the best long term home for it. Now, from what I gather storing it in the fridge/freezer is the way to go usually. But i've never fully read up on it. What do you all normally do? Is the stock safe enough where it is in my drawer (I live in Ireland so it doesn't really get that hot here) Will it degrade ALOT if not stored properly, or will the differences be not huge. (i quite like the degraded look of out of date stock) Thoughts? Ideas? Opinions? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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