Four rolls of Tri-X, two rolls of Pan-F
The Canon is returned and good as new but not before I got a bit comfy wearing my older hat, pushing Tri-X and even Pan-F through the Contaxes. I was worried something was wrong with them, but discovered it was one of my strobes an otherwise nice little Metz no longer fires. Back to my ancient Sunpak 322.
Somewhat as I suspected, the film cameras are still funner to use, and the big viewfinder of the RTS makes the little DSLR finder seem toylike. I seem to have gotten my development process down smoothly enough that there's essentially no spotting required, but it's still a chore to soup and scan and print. Ah well.
After a while spent with smooth digital pics the grain of Rodinal-processed Tri-X is a big switch. For the first time I'm starting to think consciously about how there's a sort of motion in grain, that it can scatter like light moving in the air, lending immediacy and depth to an image.