Now the one drawback with Kodak Tri-X 400 in HC110, for me it curls, with Xtol not so much. The dreaded curl can be solved with flattening with heavy Pubic Relations textbooks for a few days. The weather in Toronto in late November-early December is capital G grey. If the Inuit have a thousand words for snow, Torontonians have a thousand ways to describe the grey skies (pale anthracite, polished cement, pale pewter, off black anyone?). Pushed Tri-x is great for shooting in this weather, and I'm willing to put up with the curl. I forgot how nice Tri-X is to photograph with. Camera: Nikon F3HP, Nikkor Ai 50 f2 lens, Ais 28 f2.8 lens. Film: Kodak Tri-X 400, pushed to 1600 ISO, HC110 B.