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here are some test shots from the first roll of tri-x i’ve put through my olympus om-2. i’m still finding the grain too heavy for my taste. i’m wondering if you guys can recommend me a 400 speed 35mm film with a finer grain than what i’m getting at the moment? for the last few months i’ve been trying to fall in love with this camera but i’m finding it incredibly difficult; maybe i should just stick to medium format

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  9. cencalphoto said: You may want to try Ilford Delta 400. It’s a pretty fine grain 400 speed black and white. I tend to prefer HP4, but I also like the artistic aspect of the grain, and HP4 has larger grain. Both are still much grainer on 35mm than 120.
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  13. deliberately-unspecified said: I do to dislike the grain of Tri-X 400. It’s ok when shooting medium format, but to much for my taste on 35mm. I’ve since gone over to T-Max 400. Assorted T-Max 400 / 100 scans flickr.com/photos/…
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  15. geralindo said: Tmax is without doubt the finest grain 400 35mm film. D76 stock or 1+1 will give finer grain than 1+3, and xtol is even a little bit finer IMO
  16. bekant said: However. Above is beautiful. Still.
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