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    Ooo! I like to try that!
    Where can we get some?
    :o

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    Color-Kodachrome 25
    B&W- If I were to have to pick just one Delta 100.

    But if I could break it down by film speed I would add PanF+ 50 for a slow speed film and TriX for a faster film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    Ooo! I like to try that!
    Where can we get some?
    :o
    I shot some of it, but if I recall it was about $17.00 a roll.
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    Slides : Kodachrome 25, now 64 and from 2011 Fuj1 Provia 100
    B&W :Agfa APX 100, Tri-X
    Color neg: Ektar 25,100
    Regards
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    Kodachrome 25, X, 64. Have never tried the 200.

    Old Tri-X, HP4, Plus-X.

    /Clay
    Last edited by Clay2; 08-16-2009 at 11:48 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    All the AGFAPAN films, now Tri-X and perhaps the Plus-X, but I lost interest in 35 mm, for the time being 6x6 is my thing...

    Philippe
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    PS: English is only my third language, please do forgive me my sloppy grammar...

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    My vote(s) hands down;

    For B&W: Agfa APX 25 - (developed in Rodinal and printed on either Brovira or Portriga- swear you could scrap the silver off it and spend it)

    For Color: Kodak Kodachrome 25 (yup Paul Simon said it best, "makes all the world a sunny day")

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    This is the b&w forum so my vote also goes to Panatomic-X. I loved rating it at 64 and developing it in Edwal FG-7 1:15 with plain water. Tri-X has been greatly improved over the years so I wouldn't want an older version to use now. I liked Panatomic-X better than any of the fine grain b&w films available now or since FX was discontinued. The closest thing to it now is in Pan F+, which is also a fine film.

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    I don't know. I currently like Tri-X, but I can't say that it is the best. Agfa APX-100 was great most of the time. TMX is outstanding, but not really my favorite. My feeling is that the absolute best was Eastman Background-X. It probably was not, in fact, as good as some of the modern films, but I liked it very much. It was an old, thick emulsion, slow (ASA 25) motion picture film with very fine grain and great rendition. I have some outstanding negatives done on that film, though not many excellent photos that long ago.

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    The one that I took my best photograph with!

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