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Kodak Tri-X Black-and-White Reversal Film #7266 (16mm, 400' Roll, Single Perf)

BH #KOTXR457 • MFR #8602377
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Kodak Tri-X Black-and-White Reversal Film #7266 (16mm, 400' Roll, Single Perf)
Key Features
  • Panchromatic B&W Reversal Film
  • EI 200 in Daylight, EI 160 in Tungsten
  • Anti-Halation Undercoating
  • Fine Grain and Sharpness
Kodak Tri-X Reversal Film is a high-speed panchromatic black-and-white film designed for reversal processing for direct projection and duplication. It features an anti-halation undercoating that benefits working in low-light and indoor conditions; however, it is also suitable for outdoor applications. Tri-X Reversal is also characterized by a fine grain structure and wide tonal range with smooth gradations between values. Intended for process in Kodak B&W Reversal Process Kit chemistry, using D-94A Reversal First Developer and R-10 B&W Reversal Bleach and Replenisher, this film can also be processed as a negative using standard B&W chemistry, albeit with a loss of speed and increased granularity.
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Kodak 7266 16mm Overview

Kodak Tri-X Reversal Film is a high-speed panchromatic black-and-white film designed for reversal processing for direct projection and duplication. It features an anti-halation undercoating that benefits working in low-light and indoor conditions; however, it is also suitable for outdoor applications. Tri-X Reversal is also characterized by a fine grain structure and wide tonal range with smooth gradations between values. Intended for process in Kodak B&W Reversal Process Kit chemistry, using D-94A Reversal First Developer and R-10 B&W Reversal Bleach and Replenisher, this film can also be processed as a negative using standard B&W chemistry, albeit with a loss of speed and increased granularity.

This item is one 400' roll of 16mm black-and-white reversal movie film. It is perforated on one edge (Winding B) and wound on a Type T core for use in-camera, for making optical prints, or for bidirectional printing.

Kodak 7266 16mm Specs

Film Format
16 mm
Film Type
B&W Reversal
Film Speed
ISO 200 at 5600K
ISO 160 at 3200K
Roll Length
400' / 121.92 m
Spool/Core Type
Type T Core
Perforation
Single
Winding
B
Film Base
Acetate
Film Processing
D-94A/R-10 B&W Reversal Process
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.9 x 6.7 x 1.1"

Kodak 7266 16mm Reviews

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question

Is this film Super 16mm? Is that what 1-Edge perforation means?
Asked by: Thomas M.
It can also be used in some non-super 16mm cameras (normal 16mm) that will run single-perf film.
Answered by: john eric
Date published: 2020-05-15

question

Is there a student discount for college students who work with this film often in bulk? Just curious, thanks!
Asked by: Nick A.
For more information in this regard, please contact the B&H EDU Advantage Team. Below is a direct link to the portal. <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/find/eduAdvantage.jsp target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/find/eduAdvantage.jsp</a>
Answered by: Geoffrey N.
Date published: 2018-08-27

When the film expire?

When the film expire?
Asked by: Lio
Our film stock generally has an expiration date from 6 month to 1 year from now.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-07-09

question

Is there additional information on developing the film using d-76 developer?
Asked by: Anonymous
D-76 is a negative film developer and thus cannot be used for Tri-X which is a reversal or positive image film. Motion picture film should only be developed by a professional motion picture laboratory. They have the machines and the staff experienced in that process. Doing this at home has been done but it is not recommended due to the great complexity and expense.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2023-12-24

question

My question is whether photographic film can only be used for taking pictures, or if it can be used for movies?
Asked by: Connor D.
The Kodak #7266 TXR455 16mm Tri-X (100' Roll), B&H # KOTXR455, is not designed for use with still photography cameras. The Kodak #7266 TXR455 16mm Tri-X film is reversal film designed for use with 16mm movie cameras.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Can this film be used for photography subminiature camera like mamiya super 16? What is the ISO of the film?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Kodak #7266 TXR455 16mm film is rates at 160 ISO in tungsten light or 200 ISO for daylight. As far as I can tell with your camera, you would need to find a way to load the film into cassettes. I doubt it would be possible to load this film into the correct cassettes for your camera.
Answered by: Dan W.
Date published: 2018-08-27

This is a expired film?

This is a expired film?
Asked by: Lio
Nope.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-07

Will this film work in a "Aaton XTR" or a ...

Will this film work in a "Aaton XTR" or a "Arriflex srII"?
Asked by: Juan
In short no. The Aaton XTR and Arriflex SRII are designed to take 400ft cores in their magazines not 100ft daylight loading spools. However, I have read that the Arriflex SRII will take a daylight loading spool in its magazine with some slight modification. But the question would be why would you want to do this? you would be much better off loading 400ft of film and getting more run time.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-11
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