Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
The film itself, inside the double box has obviously been compromised by moisture and not an insignificant amount. Does the box itself feel wet or damp ?. Obviously do not use the film. Regardless, you need to return the film to where you bought it along with the box ( as it has the batch number on it ) it will be returned to our distributor and then to us, we will then examine the actual film and the box. As in all these matters, I check the QC records, we have no QC complaints on FP4+ sheet film outstanding, or on any sheet film product. If you are concerned about how old it is ( out of date? ) let me know the batch number and I will tell you on what date it was made.

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Hello Simon, thanks for answering!

The box itself doesn't feel damaged in any way, but it probably isn't too far-fetched to say that the damage was caused by improper storage. As such I can't help but wonder if I should return it at all? If the damage is my fault, it seems like returning it would only yield a loss of film for my part, whereas if I keep it I could try to figure out how much damage has been done and perhaps salvage a few sheets. I'm certain the box isn't out of date.