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    Default Which film to get?

    Which film is better for b & w studio shoot? Ilford Pan 100 or Kodax Tmax 100? Would appreciate if someone with experience using both the films mentioned can share with me the difference.

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    I use TMax 100, but i've heard that Ilford gives greater contrast, even though the grain is equally fine. I personally prefer more grays for studio shoots. I think there's no difference except Ilford costs about $0.30 more per roll...

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    I tried Ilford Delta with very good contrast and the grain is a little bit more fine than Pan 100.

    Anyone got comments on Agfa Scala? heard good stuff about it but no chance to try it.

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    Delta 100 is great stuff,very fine grain and contrast.
    if u want some grain,u might wanna try Tri X..

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    Quote Originally Posted by phero-man
    I tried Ilford Delta with very good contrast and the grain is a little bit more fine than Pan 100.

    Anyone got comments on Agfa Scala? heard good stuff about it but no chance to try it.
    I was at Ruby just now, but they told me they don't carry Pan 100...they only have Pan 50. Where did u get your Pan 100?

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