Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
No, it wasn't. Popular Photography did a comparison of 100 speed films and it won overall, and none were particularly large grained.

I still have some frozen, unopened boxes of 4x5. Great stuff.

Won "overall"? Well of course. It was the cheapest iso 100 film in the market. For the price it was the best "overall" film by far. And one of my all time favorite, partly because of its gorgeous looks and partly because it was the cheapest

RMS ratings place APX second to TMX in the granularity department and very, very far away in the sharpness/resolving department. You may not agree with this but it's all over Google and it's all over my prints as well. I can't argue against that.