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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    I too enjoyed that the article gives film a fair shake beyond the silly discussion about resolution, and that there's more to it than plain numbers.
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    I enjoyed the article.

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    It's nice to see the subject covered in a reasonable way that isn't about "competition" between different media. Good article.

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    Nice article. Makes me want to get some more Tri X

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWO View Post
    Nice article. Makes me want to get some more Tri X
    Ha! Me too. So I went and did today. A roll through my MP with the 40/2 Summicron. Mostly of my 3-year old daughter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    I use Tri-X 400, I wish it was available in 4"x5".
    But Tri-X ISO 320, TXP, is the original formula! There were so many mopey faces when TXP was no longer available in 135.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian C. Miller View Post
    But Tri-X ISO 320, TXP, is the original formula! There were so many mopey faces when TXP was no longer available in 135.
    When was it available in 35mm, just out of curiosity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    When was it available in 35mm, just out of curiosity?
    Must have been a long time back. My '61 Photo Lab Index shows only 400 speed Tri-X for 35 mm

    Interestingly, it also shows Tri-X 400 available in sheet film, and 320 is only shown for plates (designated as Tri-X type B)

    I don't have any Kodak-direct data from that far back.

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    Mike Spry mentioned in that article is my hero, I think he put Anton Corjbin on the map, and not the other way around.

    I had clients from the UK that when in NA used me for process and contact and they used Mike in London as their regular printer, so I got a few of his methods via them.

    Tri X is a great film but I must say HP 5 is no slouch .

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