Maco Glassine Negative Sleeves for 35mm Films
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Maco Glassine Negative Sleeves for 35mm Films

These negative sleeves are made of finely-ground pulp paper which is largely greaseproof, but has a low wet strength. The high level of transparency is achieved by a special mechanical treatment called calendaring. Maco glassine sleeves are made of acid- and lignin-free photo glassine. * The price is for one single sleeve (each sleeve fits 7 strips of 6 frames).

Delivery anywhere in Cyprus within 1-2 working days!
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Maco Glassine Negative Sleeves for 35mm Films

Maco Glassine Negative Sleeves for 35mm Films

These negative sleeves are made of finely-ground pulp paper which is largely greaseproof, but has a low wet strength. The high level of transparency is achieved by a special mechanical treatment called calendaring. Maco glassine sleeves are made of acid- and lignin-free photo glassine. * The price is for one single sleeve (each sleeve fits 7 strips of 6 frames).

Delivery anywhere in Cyprus within 1-2 working days!

Useful Information

ISO (or film speed) is a very important camera setting that will either darken or brighten a photo. A low ISO value means less sensitivity to light, while a high ISO means brighter pictures.
In photography, shutter speed is the speed at which the shutter of the camera closes. It’s the length of time that the film inside your camera is exposed to light.
Aperture (or f/stop) refers to the opening of a lens’s diaphragm through which light passes.
A lower aperture means more exposure, while a high aperture means less exposure.
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ISO (or film speed) is a very important camera setting that will either darken or brighten a photo. A low ISO value means less sensitivity to light, while a high ISO means brighter pictures.