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    I have pushed TriX in Dinafine (sp?) acufine, D 76 and even Microdox X with good results. I did a story in the 70s that required me to shoot in brothel with one lamp no flash, I pushed TriX in Rodinal to 3200 and got printable negatives, at least printable by newspaper standards of the day. But printed on grade 4 paper it is still an interesting look. I have not pushed any T type film, may be an interesting experiment.

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    I went to a 'Cabane à Sucre' about 2 months ago. Typical Murphy's Law situation, the lighting was unbelievably poor and all I had was my Canonet and some D-400 (and I really hate flash). Nothing to lose so I exposed at 3200. I souped it in DDX for the Ilford recommended time and was actually quite surprised at the quality. For film pushed that far, it came out really well.

    If you have the luxury of being able to shoot a test roll, try one out to see what you get. Photoco on Donegani (at Les Sources) has DDX in stock, and it's a good price.

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    Think I'll try the DD-X then; I can get it at Photo Service in the Old for cheap, so it will be a nice reason to try yet one more developer... I'll be trying as well to push 35mm Tri-X in D-76 for that gritty look.

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