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At 1:09 AM +0100 4/5/02, Kennedy McEwen wrote: >Have you spoken to Kodak or Fuji about it? From what Reichmann is >indicating, Fuji are taking steps to resolve the problem. Perhaps >Kodak have already done so or, more likely IMO, are not aware of the >problem and not screening for it either, meaning that some films >have it (by chance those you examined) and some don't (like the >Kodak film Riechmann and Rains examined). Michael Reichmann has included a short piece of mine in the website article by Nick Rains on 'pepper grain'. I was able to show that the 'pepper grain' is most likely caused by microscopic bubbles found in the film base. There are some explanatory photographs. http://luminous-landscape.com/fuji-pepper.htm Regards, Roger Smith - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.