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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post

    If you want something that looks a bit like the old Tri-X, try Foma 200 and 400.
    Here i have used Fomapan 100 @25 Iso in Hc110

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay View Post
    If you miss the 1970's Tri-X look, buy a 400 foot roll of Eastman XX 5222 cine film and roll your own. It is about a 250 speed film, and has none of the fine grained improvements you seem to dislike in the newer Tri-X emulsions. Use Beutler's or Stoeckler's developer and you will have all the sharp, grainy and punchy look you want.

    where does one find a 400 foot roll of eastman xx5222 ?
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    Kodak 5222 - four hundred feet: 38 cents/ft.

    http://www.tapesuperstore.com/koblandwhned.html

    There's one enormously long thread on 5222 and 5231 in RangeFinderForum.com. Search for 5222.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    If you want something that looks a bit like the old Tri-X, try Foma 200 and 400.
    Yeah, especially Foma 400. You need to rate at around 200 to 250 to get a decent image with it. Just like the "old" Tri-X before they raised the speed to 400 many, many years ago. Don't get me wrong. I kind of like Foma 400. It is not a replacement for Tri-X.
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