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    You want some interesting results with Tmax 3200? rate it at 1000, soup it in Dektol 1:3 for 3.5 minutes @ 75f. The shadows positively glow. Grainy as all get-out, but then it's Tmax 3200, what do you expect?

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    TMAX P3200, cheap online or in San Francisco?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    You want some interesting results with Tmax 3200? rate it at 1000, soup it in Dektol 1:3 for 3.5 minutes @ 75f. The shadows positively glow. Grainy as all get-out, but then it's Tmax 3200, what do you expect?
    It's my favorite film, Scott. If I could afford shooting it all the time, I would. I've used it with Rodinal, DD-X, and Xtol, and it works beautifully in anything I throw at it! Even big prints look good.
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    I've printed it as large as 12x18 and it held its own. I don't know that I'd want to go much bigger than that though - but I don't think I'd go much bigger than that with any 35mm film, period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    I've printed it as large as 12x18 and it held its own. I don't know that I'd want to go much bigger than that though - but I don't think I'd go much bigger than that with any 35mm film, period.
    I print as big as 16x20, so similar size to you. I actually crop lengthwise a bit for a 3:4 aspect ratio, so it ends up being 13.5 x 18". To me it really comes alive at that size.
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    But buy it quick..

    from facebook toaday...

    .Kodak Professional shared a link.
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    We wanted to update you on a change to our film portfolio. Due to low sales volume, Kodak is ending production of KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film (TMZ). The demand for ultra-high speed B&W film has declined significantly, and it is no l
    onger practical to coat such a small volume of product.

    The suggested replacement is KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 400 Film (TMY-2). The latitude of TMY-2 allows it to handle one stop of underexposure (EI 800) without being pushed. In low light situations, TMY-2 delivers very good results when exposed at EI 1600 with increased development time.

    You can find more information here about the remaining portfolio, as well as information on sheet films available through special order at K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc.
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    be nice if they re-jig the 400 to an 800.. then you would have somthing for those black Cat in a coal bin type shots.
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    After the Kodak announcement I'm probably going with Delta 3200 instead, better to support Ilford in this case as Kodak no matter what will discontinue this film already.
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