Kodak Tri-X Pan 400, TX 120 Black & White Negative Film ISO 400, 120 Size,

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About Kodak

KODAK TRI-X Pan Film is a high-speed (ISO 400/27°) panchromatic film that is a good choice for photographing dimly lighted subjects or fast action, for photographing subjects that require good depth of field and fast shutter speeds, and for extending the distance range for flash pictures. TRI-X Pan Film (TX) is available in120 and 135sizes and 35 and 70 mm long rolls. You can retouch the 120-size film on the emulsion side. TRI-X Pan Film is recommended for push-processing applications.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good tonal range (11),Consistent (8),Scans well (8),Accurate (6),Reproduces well (6)
Best Uses:
Artwork (10),Action shots (7),Photojournalism (6),Travel (5)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (4),Semi-pro photographer (4)

Kodak Features

  • Fine grain Good for producing high-quality images
  • Wide exposure latitude Rich tonality maintained with over exposure and underexposure
  • High sharpness Good for applications that require a moderate degree of enlargement
  • High resolving power Good rendition of detail

Kodak Specifications

Film speed
ISO 400
Primary features
Fine grain, high sharpness, Medium contrast, moderate degree of enlargement, wide exposure latitude
Suggested applications
Corporate/industrial, Editorial, Fine art, General, Law enforcement, Military/instrumentation, Photojournalism/sports
Recommended KODAK Developers
T-MAX, T-MAX RS, XTOL, HC-110, D-76, MICRODOL-X, DK-50, DURAFLO RT Chemicals
Total darkness
(no safelight recommended)
Available in
135, 120, and long rolls
Base
3.6 mil acetate

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.9

(based on 12 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

My favorite mid-range B&W Film

Great range, nice even tones, lower on grain.

Reviewed by 12 customers

 
4.0

Kodak 1965599 Tri-X Pan 400 Black/White

By

from Asheville, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Much better quality control than the 35mm films rolls from Kodak.

 
5.0

My favorite mid-range B&W Film

By

from Hudson, MA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great range, nice even tones, lower on grain.

 
5.0

Tried and True

By

from Durham NC  -  Photo Enthusiast

One of the best black and white films ever made.

 
5.0

Film is not dead

By

from NYC  -  Photo Enthusiast

It defines color in black and white context.The contrast and tonal range are great. Just love it.

 
5.0

Kodak!!!

By

from Paros, Greece  -  Pro Photographer

What can I say? Kodak quality, Kodak latitude. Now of they would only bring back Plus-X 120...

 
5.0

Fantastic for the grain-lover!

By

from NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I shot this at 400 and 1600, developed in rodinal, and both gave lovely results. Grain = yummy

 
5.0

Excellent Film

By

from Hobart, Australia  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great versatile film, always happy with the results,

 
5.0

Great Film

By

from Hobart, Tasmania  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this for my own purposes, lately its been close ups of nature, and I find at 120 its plenty sharp and has a nice range of tones, although I'm still getting a feel for a favoured method for developing. I develop and scan it myself, and have found it has a nice clear base and dries nice and flat (in my bathroom, which is quite humid anyway. Definitely recommended.

 
5.0

Kodak Tri-X Pan 400, 120 format film

By

from Boston  -  Pro Photographer

This is may favorite film for fine art purposes. While there are other fine films out there, Tx 400 can be used in more lighting situations than any other film.

 
5.0

Best B&W Film!

By

from San Francisco, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have been using this film for years and it is the best I have found. I have tried others and have only been disappointed.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
STEPHANIE A  Husband wanted it.
Shopper  How many exposures does this film yield?
KEVIN K  The number of exposures possible on a roll of 120 film depends on the format used. The most popular formats and their exposure counts are as follows: 6x4.5: 16 exposures (max), 6x6: 12 exposures, 6x7: 10 exposures, 6x9: 8 exposures.
gdonikian g  is Kodak still producing it ??? Greg
IRVING S  yes
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