Sadly 5 out of six of the shots have negative defects. I have heard about variable quality with Fomapan 400 but I did not know that the 100 was susceptible as well. I would be grateful if anyone using this combo had had to take any special precautions other than careful consistent technique. Ilford negatives processed on the same day did not exhibit any defects. .[/QUOTE]
Sadly too, I gave away 25 rolls of unused Fomapan of various types and sizes to the local school and went back to using Ilford, Fuji or Kodak. There were too many shots ruined by emulsion faults with the Foma that I tried.