Tri-X and why we love it ?

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    • #49641
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Just curious…how easy is it for you to find what you are looking
      for here in this site? I want you to have the best experience here, I hear a lot of buzz about Tri-X think you are also. What do you love about it?

    • #203126
      Avatartheonecanoe
      Participant

      No idea what you are talking about!?! Isn’t Tri-X B&W film?

    • #203127
      Avatarbirdcat
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      The only Tri-X I’ve done is the ISO 400 B&W film from Kodak (which could be pushed – I shot it at ASA 2000 all the time for night shots using only available light from streetlights at 2:00 AM).

    • #203128
      Avatarchuckzootz
      Participant

      I used to shoot with Tri X but then Fuji-pan 400 came out and was so much better I never went back to The big K

    • #203129
      Avatarophelia
      Participant

      Sorry Al Arafat you have thewrong medium for this forum. Beloved Tri-X is for Old School still cameras. This place is for VIDEO – and we love it!

    • #203130
      Avatarophelia
      Participant

      BTW – if you are looking for black & white film, it can still be found at Freestyle in California. I believe the website is: http://www.freestylephoto.biz – Good luck!

    • #203131
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Thanks ophelia for your information.This place is for VIDEO , and discuss with all ,what you need.Thanks again.

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