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    Frankly, I didn't know they still made it.

    I don't shoot more than two or three rolls a year. But for what it does, it does really, really well. I keep one camera loaded with it. I like it for hand held macros. It makes great enlarged negatives for alt-process. You don't normally associate salt-and-pepper with alt, but it works:

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    Unfortunately, it doesn't keep well: fogs badly and looses speed and there isn't anything you can do about it short of a deep, deep, deep salt mine to keep the gamma rays away. I just ordered my lifetime supply [hmm, I'm getting of an age where I have to use that term with caution].
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    Yeah, if freezing it would keep it 10 years like slower films I'd lay in a stock, but it won't so I'm not. Well, that and the fact Delta 3200 is also very good and readily available.

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    T-MAX P3200 (TMZ) discontinued

    Beautiful image Nicholas.
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    I much preferred neopan 1600, but the P3200 was a good film too.

    I shot a couple of rolls at EI 12,800 back in high schol, just to see what would happen. The results were ... interesting.

    I guess it's Ilford time...

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    I shot an entire project on Tmax 3200. I'll just have to try to continue with Ilford then, can't imagine do this with a 400 speed film.
    http://erikpetersson.livejournal.com...alog/352/45185

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    Why worry, we still have Delta 3200.
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    Why worry, we still have Delta 3200.
    AND Tri-x!

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    Ever feel that our little film world is in a situation like one of those wounded soldiers in the American Civil War where every day the doctor comes in the tent and says "The gangrene is spreading. I'm going to have to take off some more of your leg". Somedays I wonder how much leg is going to be left.
    I just want to feel nostalgic like I used to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clay View Post
    Ever feel that our little film world is in a situation like one of those wounded soldiers in the American Civil War where every day the doctor comes in the tent and says "The gangrene is spreading. I'm going to have to take off some more of your leg". Somedays I wonder how much leg is going to be left.
    Every day, Clay, I wonder exactly the same, and right now there is nothing but a little stump left of the Kodak leg. Four black and white films now, Tri-X 400 roll, Tri-X 320 sheet, Tmax 100 and 400. No chromes, but Portra 160/400, Ektar, and a couple of consumer films. It's becoming a very thin herd, and Ilford is by far the most diverse from a total product standpoint. It's very sad.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    I shot this film regularly in high school (now 8-10 years ago, yikes). I used to shoot it at 3200 and 6400. I was using Ilfotec HC, and was always going to try out the finer-grain developers, but never got around to it. I haven't really shot any in the past year, but I have a whole bunch of expired rolls that probably won't be good beyond EI 800 now. That said, it's one of my favorite films (like Plus-X). Maybe it's finally time to go and buy that used Mamiya 645 body and a lens or two to shoot the Ilford film in 120. And I'll probably buy a few more rolls of the Kodak. What are the expiration dates on the latest rolls?

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