Kodak Tri-X 400, the classic black and white film.
Kodak Tri-X was introduced around 1940 as flat film and also marketed in 1954 as 35mm 35mm 35mm and 120 medium format film. The film was the choice for photojournalists and street photographers for many years and is still the best-selling black and white film worldwide.
The film owes its popularity mainly to its – for the time – high ISO value, its large exposure area and its characteristic, visible, but not disturbing, grain. Kodak Tri-X 400 is a consistently flexible film that is reliable under all kinds of conditions. In practice, the film offers a wide and forgiving latitude. The film “pushes” incredibly well, “pulls” incredibly well, and has a grain structure that can range from fine and sharp to very soft, depending on the processing techniques used.
For example, the film develops well in Kodak D-76. For great detail and high sharpness, we recommend FX-39 II. If you want to accentuate the grain of the Tri-X film, choose Rodinal, in this the film develops very sharp and brilliant, with a visible, beautiful grain. When finer-grained results are sought for the film, we recommend Adox Atomal 49.
Kodak Tri-X 400 is a high-sensitivity panchromatic black and white film with classic crystal and grain structure. Fine-grained with good resolving power. The film has good sharpness and gray value transfer, a very large exposure area and very good shadow drawing. The classic film for art, reportage and street photography.
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