kodak tri-x 400TX review

kodak tri-x 400TX + leica 21 f3.4 super angulon

Films for Leica Centennial

The Leica 100th Anniversary Limited Edition M100 set contains the Leica M-A + Leica M Monochrom combination. Also included is a film, which is Kodak tri-x 400TX, Kodak’s legendary black and white film.

This is also Kodak’s most popular black and white film, with a high dynamic range, a variety of processing solutions and forced flush solutions. It is called “film that can be developed with water.” It is a favorite of news reporters and photographers from Magnum. Leica’s 100th anniversary model chose this film, showing how high 400tx is in the photography world.

Very high dynamic range

The kodak tri-x 400TX has a very high dynamic range, which is very useful for human photography and street photography that need to be quickly captured. Many times you have no time to adjust the aperture and shutter speed. In these areas this requires negative film to have a higher dynamic range. Many people will use Kodak 400tx as iso800, iso1600 film, and double or double the development time when developing. Some people use it as iso100, iso200 film, and then shorten the development time appropriately. The kodak tri-x 400TX gives people more freedom to play, which is one of the main reasons people love it.

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Lomography x-pro 200

lomography x-pro 200

At the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century, in the decade when traditional film production was reduced and closed, lomo was very popular. Lomo is known as a trendy art that quickly gained popularity among young people around the world. Digital cameras have not stopped lomo in the slightest. What really gave lomo a punch was the iphone filter.

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Kentmere 400 black and white film

Kentmere 400


The general iso400 black and white film is particularly suitable for street photography. Kodak tri-x400 has attracted many people with its powerful impulse performance, and can be forced to iso800, iso1600, or even iso3200. But today we said that this kentmere400 is the opposite of the Kodak tri-x400. Forcing it will destroy it. It is recommended that you use iso400 properly.

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