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Thread: Defective ORT

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    Well I just made a test with Rollei ORTHO 25, new batch (emulsion 111020) and there is NO PROBLEM.
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    Aurelien merci pour l'information. Dr5chrome thank you again for the information, this really looks bad and I have to say I've never had this type of problem with Efke Film it seems that the QC from eastern europeans film is going down and I am wondering why.

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    I just finished 2 rolls of Rollie ortho 25 20inch by 100ft with no problem , is it possible it is a storage/handling problem after production, Xray ??

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    This does not appear to be a storage problem. It is either a coating problem or an emulsion problem.

    Kodak, Fuji, Agfa, and Ilford all have tests to catch this with almost 100% accuracy. That is one reason the products are more expensive from these companies. The testing of 100% of every product at every stage of manufacturing is not cheap!

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    Will have to double confirm - this damage lot# 101008 exp.2012/12 'not confirmed'

    We used to keep suppliers and the film companies advised of film issues, and never usually by a public forum. It was never appreciated, so we stopped. It's better we just inform clients and the end-user. We see ALL film-types come in, but we are still a small lab. The chances we would get the 1 or 2 bad box of film is slim.

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    Last edited by dr5chrome; 12-22-2011 at 12:10 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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