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This classic black-and-white film allows for maximum pushability when he needs it, while its wide exposure latitude lets him leverage even the most challenging lighting situations. And the distinctive grain structure adds a level of realism as dramatic and profound as each subject.
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|Film||Developer||Film Speed||Dilution||Time||Temperature||Film Size|
|Kodak Tri-X 320||Kodak D-76||320||1:1||8:30||20.0ºC (68.0ºF)||4x5", 5x7", 8x10"|
|Kodak Tri-X 320||Kodak D-76||320||Stock||6:00||20.0ºC (68.0ºF)||4x5", 5x7", 8x10"|
|Kodak Tri-X 320||Kodak XTOL||320||Stock||6:00||20.0ºC (68.0ºF)||4x5", 5x7", 8x10"|
|Kodak Tri-X 320||Kodak XTOL||320||1:1||8:30||20.0ºC (68.0ºF)||4x5", 5x7", 8x10"|
|Kodak Tri-X 320||Kodak HC-110||320||1:31 (B)||3:15||20.0ºC (68.0ºF)||4x5", 5x7", 8x10"|
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