Quote Originally Posted by AndreasT View Post
Now I do not want to start a discussion of beliefs and maybe this has been covered already. I was just reading some stuff from Steve Anchell where he claims Tri-X is better than T-max. That is how I understand it unless I missed something.
He wrote if I am allowed to quote
"The reason is that the thin, flat grains of silver literally do not
have the depth of rounded pebble shape grains which enable them to record microscopic
variations in contrast. In other words, the flatter the grain the less capable it is of recording
Keep in mind that Steve Anchell refered to the 1980's.,
The current Tri-X and the 1980's Tri-X are not the same film, its just a name on the box.
Present day T-Max and Tri-X share much more similarities than they did in the 1980's.