/ Kodak Tri X Film

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Henry Iddon - on 03 Jun 2014
Just a bhoy - on 03 Jun 2014
In reply to Henry Iddon:

Cheers for that Henry.

Great how the comments in these articles always degenerate into pseudo techie dick swinging.
Henry Iddon - on 03 Jun 2014
In reply to Just a bhoy:

I know - the comments made me chuckle.
dek - on 03 Jun 2014
In reply to Henry Iddon:

> I know - the comments made me chuckle.

Does CS6 have a 'Cosmic Radiation' action?!
Blue Straggler - on 03 Jun 2014
In reply to Henry Iddon:

> I know - the comments made me chuckle.

I didn't think they were too bad!


Incidentally I have done tests with x-ray baggage scanners and Ilford HP5+ (rated at 1600). No fogging. However, that assumes a particular type of security scan (the conveyor hand baggage scan that you see in airports). I can certainly fog film with a different type of scanner in which the bag is exposed to x-ray for a longer time. I don't doubt that it would be the same for Tri-X

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