Old 11-28-2016   #81
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What is available today, if anything, which looks like old Tri-X?
400-2TMY (Tmax400), but with finer grain.

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Old 11-28-2016   #82
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400-2TMY (Tmax400), but with finer grain.

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Thanks, Erik. I use a lot of Tmax400, processed several ways, so I will take that as a "No"

I do like the way you process Tmax400, however.
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Old 11-28-2016   #83
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I'm sure this has been asked before, but what is available today, if anything, which looks like old Tri-X (taking processing into account)?
I found Fomapan 400 a bit similar to old Tri X in grain and look sometimes, except for the box speed, unpredictability in certain lighting situations (lacking proper anti-halation backing) and even in controlled development and of course quality control.
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Thanks, have never tried Fomapan 400. Will go over to filmdev.org and see what I can find.
I know I should just settle on an emulsion or two, and get on with life, just can't seem to get there.
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Thanks, Erik. I use a lot of Tmax400, processed several ways, so I will take that as a "No"

I do like the way you process Tmax400, however.
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I'm sure this has been asked before, but what is available today, if anything, which looks like old Tri-X (taking processing into account)?
Eastman 5222 Double-XX.

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