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    My refrigerator with film

    Rearranged my house today and was able to get all my film and chemistry into the fridge. Looks cool.
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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    I have been contemplating a mini fridge for film, but didn’t consider color chemistry. How well does refrigeration extend the life of color chemistry?

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    Re: My refrigerator with film

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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Rearranged my house today and was able to get all my film and chemistry into the fridge. Looks cool.
    Nice. Where's the beer?

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    Re: My refrigerator with film

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    You have FP100C instant film? Wow. I've got one box left for my RB67 but it hasn't been refrigerated. Does the refrigerator keep it?

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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    I moved all my paper and film into a little mini refrigerator in my darkroom too. It is really nice not to have the household cramming leftovers on top of my Multigrade classic.
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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    Nice to see well organized fridges. I need a dedicated space. Some inspiration here

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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    That stuff is well packaged in sealed foil bags.

    I got a pile of it wet from a failed Freezer in a huge Pro Shop, my buddy worked there. He called me early and said come and get it now. I didn't own a car, rented one quickly and we emptied the freezer.

    Free and I have been using it sparingly for 7 years, Dated 2005. Also got a few 100 sheet boxes of 8X10 Fuji Tungsten

    Some of those were open and ruined, but some were not. I sent a few sheets to Bryan to test. Worked fine.

    When I grow up, I may shoot some myself!

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    You have FP100C instant film? Wow. I've got one box left for my RB67 but it hasn't been refrigerated. Does the refrigerator keep it?
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    Re: My refrigerator with film

    All looks good. I have 3 refrigerators. I will love one into my dark room once house is built. Will add beer to inventory. I like mini fridge too.

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    I see extrachrome 64 bis that 120 or sheet?

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