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    Bad Foma 100 120 09256 - finally a word from FOMA

    Hello friends,

    here's the letter Mrs. Dana Hojna from Foma did sent to me today. Well, that's just an apology - they didn't find any problem with their own samples, so the effect is called "sporadic". I wish it were so

    Zhenya

    Dear Dr. Kulikov,
    we are referring to your information about your last experience with our b/w
    film FOMAPAN 100 120, the em. No. 09256 2.
    We approach very seriously to all remarks from our clients, so we made some
    test to check the films you mentioned and compare it with the materials in
    our filing cabinet.
    In this relation I would like to apologize for my late answer. Thank you for
    your understanding.
    After the checking we would like to inform you that our Quality
    Control-Checking Department use appoitments test methods usually used for
    this reason for discovery defects on materials.
    This system didnīt show us defect you remarked, because of very low
    frequency of this kind of defects. This defect is very sporadic and local,
    so in standard appointed control system was not found.
    We thicked our controll as prevention - we will make a more checking, which
    could find similar defects.

    We belive that this trouble donīt cause your distrust to our products and
    you will use FOMA BOHEMIA products in future.

    With kind regards
    Dana Hojná
    Export and Marketing Dept.

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    Additional to this reply, we can report that in de randomn check of our Fomapan 120 rolfilm stock batch 09256-(7), we found no defects in the film.

    A few 120 rolfilms left from batch 09256-(10) we put away because this stock was almost gone to zero. We had no reclamations about these films sold so far.

    Hopefully this problem is occured in very limited quantities of film.

    Best regards,

    Robert



 

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