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  • Kodak 400TX: Bundles of Atmosphere with My First B&W Roll Ever!

    Kodak 400TX: Bundles of Atmosphere with My First B&W Roll Ever!
    This was the first ever roll of black and white film that I had used. I was a bit worried about not being able to achieve the results I've seen with black and white films by other people. But, to my surprise, I was definitely happy with the results: moody, dramatic, and a little creepy. Everything one could ask for.
  • Kodak 400 TX

    Kodak 400 TX
    Kodak TX 400 (also known as Tri-X 400) is my bread and butter of B&W films. With an ISO of 400, this 35mm film provides a lot of flexibility in lighting situations and has a great range for exposure. It is a very forgiving film so it is perfect for those days when you carry your camera around but don't know what or where you will end up shooting.
  • Kodak 400TX

    Kodak 400TX
    The renowned Kodak 400TX is a high-speed panchromatic film released in 1954 for 35mm and 120mm format. Perfect for scenarios that require good DOF and fast shutter speeds. It is idyllic for push processing and for extending the distance range for flash pictures.
  • Kodak TX400

    Kodak TX400
    The most popular and best selling black and white film in the world, ready to serve you in any kind of lights and will give you high contrast, nice grainy pictures. Some photographers swear to use this film until it is no longer produced. I think I will do the same.