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[filmscanners] Re: No more Kodak CD-R's

Robert Logan wrote:

> This thread 'scared' me into rushing out to the garage, and up
> to the loft, to get some very old CDRs (3 years) to check their
> state - besides some apalling scans (Vuescan wasnt as good ...)
> not one has gone bad. All dark stored/ dry conditions.
> Where / who are the CDR archival reviews/ers.
> bert

There at least used to be such websites that discussed CD-R testing, I
haven't looked recently.

I believe I've read that temperature may also a factor in CD-R storage
(some lofts can get quite hot).  I'd make sure they are not getting
cooked, not only might the dyes be harmed over time, but I suppose they
could warp.


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