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Subject: [Leica] Archival Transparency Films? Negative Films?
From: Martin Krieger <>
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 13:03:31 -0800
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Does anyone know of the best current information on the archival qualities
of films?

I know that Kodachrome is longest lasting, in the dark. But what about the
current Ektachromes and Fujichromes. Also, what about the current negative
films? NPS is supposed to be very good. There is now outdated information in
the Wilhelm book, and I have an article from Popular Photography, 1999. But
films have changed, I believe. And by archival, I do mean in a university
library, cool and dark.

Thanks for any leads,


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