Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
I'd say Kodak film was generally higher priced than any of the others for the most part. But you've got to ask yourself a question. Have you ever heard of ANYTHING defective from them? In 50 years, I haven't. You're bound to think it had to happen somewhere sometime, but I've never heard of it. They print this disclaimer I practically know by heart after all these years: "This product will be replaced in manufacturing, labeling, or packaging..." I always rolled my eyes at it. Seemed almost absurd to even have to print that, because it doesn't happen. Not that I've ever heard of. So, it's higher. When the stakes are high, you can count on it. Can't coun't on a lot of other things, but THAT you can. Plus the fact that the state of New York is also undoubtedly run by tax-addicts.

It did happen to me once. I ran into a bad roll of Kodak film. It was the summer of 1982 and I had just put a roll of 126 in my X-15F, I was out doing my usual snapshots and noticed that the counter wasn't moving. Somehow the film wasn't attached to the take up spool. I put the film in an envelope with a hand written letter, a week later Kodak sent back a letter of apology and 2 cartridges of 24 exposure film. The one I sent them was a 12 exposure cartridge.