Jos Van Dyck wrote:
> Kodak states for the new Professional Gold DVD-R media:
> "Kodak professional discs have been tested under light and accelerated aging
> to preserve 200 years with proper handling."
Do we trust a company which made the most vinegar syndrom-prone tape in
the Western world? Or which is responsible for Eastmancolor which
always fades to magenta? Or which made from the 40s thru the 70s print
paper for Kodacolor film which always, without exception, turns
yellow? (But as far as I know, Kodachrome is pretty damn good.)
Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
> MPO (France) make gold DVD-R and DVD+R for libraries and archives.