Just asking for peoples opinions on how acceptable overexposure looks on Tri-X. Obviously, this is very subjective. Ive never shot Tri-X on super before though I have used Tri-X on 16mm and with that format, I exposed it correctly. Although Tri-X is rated at 200asa for daylight, the cartridge will 'instruct' the super 8 camera to expose it as 160asa which is about half a stop of overexposure. For those that do shoot Tri-X on a semi-regular basis, does this amount of overexposure look okay? I'm guessing that the exposure latitude of this stock must be a little generous.
Out of curiosity, has anyone had Tri-X 'pulled' by half a stop during developing? If so, what are the results like? With pull-processing however, there is a reduction in contrast which is no good thing for black and white film.