Kodak Tri-X 400 - 30.5m Bulk Roll 35mm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
T.A. (Council Bluffs, US)
Classic Film Stock

You just can’t go wrong with Kodak Tri-X! Its super flexible, and has an inherent contrast that really makes your pictures pop! Bulk loading is an easy way to get this stock in a more economical way.

Ian T. (Macclesfield, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: ian_ctee
Superb Character Film

For me, with black & white film for everyday use, the choice is always going to be HP5 or Tri-X? The Kodak emulsion is significantly more expensive, so is it worth the upgrade?
For me - the answer is yes. HP5 is a great "do it all" film. Coupled with DD-X it will happily shoot at 400 and show very little grain. Pushing to 800/1600 is still very doable without significant image degradation. By contrast (pun intended!), Tri-X is a much punchier film which makes it really good if you want a more dramatic image, or a "feel" to the overall shot. Both DD-X and HC-110 enhance the grain, and at 800 it gives a really gritty look that (IMO) makes it great for Street Photography. At 1600 you get serious "atmosphere" (i.e. big chunks of grain) that never looks bad.
There is very much a "look and feel" to Tri-X that just isn't there with HP5. But if I wanted a soft flattering portrait, I'd pick Ilford every time
The bulk roll certainly makes Tri-X easier on the pocket but unless it's on sale, it's only the smallest bit easier! The additional benefit of being able to make short rolls (12, 18 or 24) also helps. If this was down at £6-£7 a roll I'd shoot a lot more but at £9 it's quite expensive. Unless you do what I did and wait 'till it's on sale and grab 2 bulk rolls!!

Christian W. (Düsseldorf, DE)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
You chose the number of exposures

TriX is classic. The opportunity to chose the number of exposures is a nice gimmick!

Rudolf R. (Palaiseau, FR)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Travel, Low light/Night
Trix bulk 35mm

Very Nice film !

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