I should mention also that I was a bit confused when I first saw the title of this thread. "Ektar 100 120?" What's that? I once had an Ektar, but it was a 175. That is, a 7" Aero Ektar f/2.5 lens. It was a monster, which I managed to fit to my 4x5 view camera for a few shots. No built-in shutter, however, which made it a bit awkward to use.
Then I dimly recalled that Kodak has recycled the grand old "Ektar" lens name for a film of all things!
P.S. I'll concede that Belgian chacolate can be quite acceptable. In fact I'd say Belgian is to French sort of as Nikon is to Canon.
And even Belgian can surpass French on isolated occasions, when in the hands of a master, like Bernard!