Kodak Tri-X Pan, TX 402 Black & White Bulk Negative Film ISO 400, 35mm Size, 100' Roll,

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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.

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
5-mil acetate
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Reviewed by 1 customers


More Tri-X than you can shake a stick at


from Honolulu, HI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great for people who shoot a lot of B&W either for assignments, or personal work. You'll need a bulk film loader and reusable cassettes of course.


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Shopper  How many rolls of film in this box? 20?
RONALD S  Kodak Tri-X is the go to film to cover most photo situations with a minimum of grain.on producing excellent enlargement even up to 11x14. Used it for 40+ years and buying in bulk you save almost 50% not to mention you can load film as needed-say you only need 12 shots or want to go over the standard 24 or 36. So the answer is -it is up to you how many rolls you can make in 100 foot box. [3 feet=36 exposures]
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