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    Diafine is ok if you have it. But like 2F/2F wrote, D-76 will do ok too if you can stand a little more contrast. XTOL is a little better, and you might even like it as your standard go-to developer. Tri-X is good like that. It can take a little abuse and still deliver.
    Frank Schifano

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    Ilford/ Harman lists times for Tri-X at 800 with DDX. It's a good dev for pushing and less grainy than ID11 IMO so I'd assume less grainy than D76 which to all intents and purposes is the same dev.

    pentaxuser

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    Thanks, again, everyone. Very helpful.

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    I loved the negatives I got at ASA 800 with Edwal Super-20. Is there anything like that now?

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