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#1 Jase Ryan

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Posted 01 May 2009 - 03:28 PM

I know Kodak suggests freezing your film in a deep freeze if it's for long term storage. Deep freezes generally are 8 degrees fahrenheit and lower. The average freezer I think is around 20 degrees fahrenheit. WOuld this be sufficient enough?

And second question is, if for some reason you had it frozen, needed to move it and knew it would thaw but wanted to freeze it again when you got to a final destination, would that be okay? As long as you gave it the appropriate time to thaw on it's own???

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