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    APX 100 and Tri-X. Both in XTOL. Yummy.

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    FP4 and Tri-X are my favourites (in D76 or DD-X), and I quite like Technical Pan too (in Technidol).

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    My current formats are 5x7 and 4x5 sheet, 120 roll.

    My favorites are Efke 100, J&C Classic 400 and Efke 25.

    I develop all of these films in Pyrocat-HD. I mostly use semi-stand agitation.
    Tom Hoskinson
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    FP4, HP5, Pan F - I love 'em. although I am trying out some efke 100 and 50 at the moment, maybe I will stray from Ilford???

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    My main films are all Kodak - easy to get where I live (and cheaper...)
    PX @200 and TX @500 in ascorbate dev (Yes, I've done Zone 1 tests; this is OK for my lighmeters/cameras combo).
    TX @1250 in Diafine clone for available darkness shots.

    In the past, I've used mostly FP-4.

    Jorge O
    Curitiba - nice place to live, if you don't care about the weather...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdef
    I've never met a film I didn't like.
    Yup, big problem. They are all that good after some getting used to that decisions are hard to make.

    Stefan

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    Tri-X ! Tri-X ! Tri-X !

    Hey- that avatar looks familiar!

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    Tri-X in Diafine for fast 35mm street shooting, PanF in Rodinal for 120, and APX100 in W2D2+ for 4x5.

    Of course I shoot lots of other stuff too. And with me down to my last 500 sheets of APX100, what's a guy to do?


    tim in san jose

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    I don't ever remember being particularly enamored with Panatomic X back when it was available. Finer grain than Plus X was about all that recomended it. I always used Ilford Pan F as my slow, fine B&W film. I don't know whether it is the reformulations over the years but I am even more impressed with it's grain and tone now. I rate it at 50 which is fine for general use in most outdoor situations, even hand held.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Been using FP4+ and HP5 myself which I really enjoy. PanF also when I was shooting more 35mm. The reason I asked is that I've never tried Tri-X (I know!!!) and several people have recommended getting a box so was interested to see who really favours it.
    mobtown you'll notice I've changed my avatar - didn't want to tread on your turf and get caught out down town! (thinking about trying your film though).

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