Quote Originally Posted by desertratt View Post
I used 120-size Tri-X in the 1960s and 1970s and am now making art gallery-sized prints from those negatives and see no grain. Don't blame the negative size or the film speed for grain. There's too many variables.
I have to agree, I've just shot some Tri-X Pan Professional from very long ago, and the grain was no where near as bad as people claimed compared to current 400TX, I could hardly tell the difference. Now I know Pan Professional was a 320 and was slightly finer than the over-the-counter "amateur" Tri-X but still...