Kodak Tri-X Pan TXP Professional 4164 Black & White Film ISO 320, 5x7"-50 Sheets

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Panchromatic film especially suited to low-flare interior tungsten or flash lighting.
A longtime favorite for its beautiful tonal range and classic, cinematic look, this is one of the all-time great emulsions. Features a wide exposure latitude, excellent gradation and brilliant highlights and an ISO of 320. It offers medium contrast with a moderate degree of enlargement. In all sorts of shooting conditions, it yields negatives that are easy to print. The film is available with a 7-mil ESTAR Thick Base (sheets), and has a retouching surface on both sides. Good for corporate/industrial, editorial, fine art, general, law enforcement, and military/instrumentation photography, and for photojournalism.

TRI-X Pan Professional Films have an ISO speed of 320/26°, and feature e x cellent tone gradation and brilliant highlights. They are especially well suited to low-flare interior lighting or flash illumination. They are also useful for portraiture with low-contrast backlighting outdoors.

TRI-X Pan Professional Film (TXP) is available in 120 and 220 sizes on a 3.6-mil acetate base. You can retouch this film on the emulsion or base side.

Kodak Specifications

Film speed
ISO 320
Primary features
Excellent gradation and brilliant highlights
Medium contrast, moderate degree of enlargement, wide exposure latitude
Acetate base or 7-mil ESTAR Thick Base
Retouching surface on both sides
Suggested applications
Fine art
Recommended KODAK Developers
T-MAX, T-MAX RS, XTOL, HC-110, DK-50, D-76, MICRODOL-X, DURAFLO RT Chemicals
Total darkness (no safelight recommended)

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Reviewed by 1 customers


Versatile & consistent, great tonality


from Don Valley, Australia  -  Pro Photographer

TriX is versatile and consistent. It can be used for a documentary feel to photographs and it can also render the most beautiful portrait tonalities. I have used TriX on all formats from 35mm to 8x10, using cameras ranging from Leica to Deardorff and have always been able to get the results I want from this film. Almost all photographs on my website were made using TriX [@]

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