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Kodak Tri-x400 135-36 36mm Black and White Film - 10 Pack
|Price:||$51.09 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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|Film Format Type||35mm|
|Package Height||2.5 x 3.2 x 7.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.75 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
All that said, Kodak Tri-X remains one of my favorite non-professional films. The grain is very fine, but shows up beautifully in larger prints. Contrast is wonderful on the negatives and transfers well.
At less than $5 a roll, and with 36 exposures, this is a very economical way of shooting film!
Grab a roll, your favorite camera, and head off for a day of REAL shooting!
1. Standard--the basic D76 Kodak developer and Tri-X using the ISO 400 exposure. You'll see grain and it will be somewhat contrasty, but quite acceptable. If you don't like the grain and range of tones, you can drop down to Plus-X ISO 125.
2. Push processing: this lets you expose Tri-X at a higher ISO and thus use it in low-light situations. You will see much more grain and more contrast. The rule for push processing is to increase your development time by 20% per stop increase. This boils down to 400 ISO, 10 min, 800 ISO, 12 minutes, and for 1600, 14 1/2 minutes. 1600 ISO will be very grainy, but it's an attractive effect when you want it.
If you don't want appreciably more grain but want to process at 1600 ISO, you can use Acufine developer.
3. Underexpose and overdevelop: for high contrast, you can play with this to drop out mid range grays.
This film gives you that photojournalist look and is easy to use in a number of different light situations.
The film also produces beautiful prints if developed properly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used to use this for college, and develop it myself. Great film and amazing qualityPublished 5 days ago by Evripidou Maria
This film has spectacular grain and contrast, and is fast enough to be used with decent indoor lighting without a flash. Read morePublished 9 days ago by John Hernlund
I have ordered this 10 Pack three times now over the past six months. I save a few dollars buying it in bulk and have never had a problem with the film being close to going bad. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zach Bielinski
Perfect black and white film for an incredible price! I've recommended it to several of my friends and professors.Published 2 months ago by FinestReviews
When my daughter needed process film and black and white for her collage course. I got the best. Process film is a dying art and with the digital age no one uses these film any... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert J. Bodnar