Whenever I buy film, it's usually not on the day I will be shooting it. I like to buy film and keep it around for when I need it. Although I never end up keeping it for more than one month before shooting it I have recently begun putting my film in the refrigerator. I have read that cold temperatures will extend the life of the film and also keep it in better condition. But what I am curious about is I have also read that in a traditional refrigerator the air is very humid, so what I am wondering is if the refrigerator is doing more harm than good to my film since I know film is sensitive to humidity as well as heat. Also I have been putting the film in the refrigerator as soon as I have been purchasing it, I know this is not nescessary and am wondering how long could I leave the film out at room temperature before it is in danger of degrading? Thanks for your help.