Tri-X @ 800

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Some Tri-X at 800 ISO. Leica M2, Nokton 35/1.4.


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Ah Tri-X, that brought back some memories of one of my favourite films. Never did push it much though - in fact went the other way 200 ISO processed in Microdol X if memory serves - smooth tonal transistions and fine grain on medium and large format.
As a matter of interest did you process yourself and what dev combo did you use?
 
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Ah Tri-X, that brought back some memories of one of my favourite films. Never did push it much though - in fact went the other way 200 ISO processed in Microdol X if memory serves - smooth tonal transistions and fine grain on medium and large format.
As a matter of interest did you process yourself and what dev combo did you use?
I used Pyrocat HD 1: 1: 100 for 20 min at 70°F. I usually use HC110 Dilution B, but decided to try this stuff since it was handy. I need to open a new bottle of HC110.
 
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