About Us

FOMA BOHEMIA spol. s r.o. (Ltd.) is established manufacturer with tradition since 1921. From the beginning the factory has been located in the Czech Republic, Central Europe. Initially FOMA started with production of photographic plates and processing chemicals. Ten years after that black and white papers were introduced followed by rolls of black and white photographic film. Subsequently, diversity of production has been continuously increasing by other photo sensitive products. At present, FOMA manufacturing programme consists of three main branches: B/W photo, industrial X-ray films (NDT) and dental X-ray films.

FOMA is a medium-sized company providing wide range of quality products supplied in different types, speeds, sizes and other attributes. Keeping its own know-how (formulas, R&D) and production facilities (coating and finishing machines) FOMA remains one of the last original manufacturers not only in Europe but all around the world.

Nowadays, FOMA products are exported to more than 90 countries all around the world (e.g. USA, Germany, Great Britain, Denmark, Russia, China, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, etc.)

Important dates of the company history:
1921 – establishing of the company
1931 – production of black-and-white papers
1932 – production of black-and-white roll films
1953 – production of cine positive films
1988 – production of X-ray films for industrial radiography (NDT)
1995 – production of dental X-ray films DENTIX
1996 – production of films for personal dosimetry
2010 – new generation of dental X-ray films based on T-crystals
2011 - BAM's certification of FOMA NDT films

New photopaper RETROBROM Sp

We have prepared for you a novelty - black and white photo paper in retrostyle - RETROBROM Sp in glossy and semi-matt surface.

FOMAPAN films in retro design

Dear customers,
for the upcoming 100year anniversary of the founding of the company we have prepared
a limited edition of black&white rollfilms FOMAPAN 100,
in beautiful packaging inspired by the design of the original boxes from the 1930s.