Quote Originally Posted by whlogan View Post
Sounds like what you have heard above is good advice. I would go for both the 40mm and the 50mm. They both have their own uses ans you will soon see. For example, the Slit canyons in Arizona require a 40mm, though you will brain yourself if you go with a 50mm. I went with a 38mm and was quite pleased. Use Trix as long as you can get it. For all your work, please. It is simply the best, I used it at Monument Valley and it was perfect. 'Nuff said
Logan
I am a little curious about the Tri X recommendation. Why not T Max? Back "in the day" the knock on Tri X was its grain structure. The reviews I read of T Max 400 indicate that the speed/grain combination is better on that film.