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    The majority of my LF shooting in the last few years has been HP-5. I do also shoot FP4+, Tri-X, and Acros.

    So far, I have only shot the new TMax 400 in 4x5, 35 mm and 120. I have not seen the 4x5 results yet (tomorrow I pick up the negs/prints). However, I am going to load a couple of sheets of the new TMax 400 in the whole plate format to try in the next few days. I have not developed this film yet myself. This will kind of be a test for me. HP-5+ and new TMax 400.
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    My understanding is that only the TMX has the UV blocker, not TMY2.

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    I heard that TMY2 does not have the UV blocker.

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    Yes. If you poke around Kodak's web site for the TMY-2 tech pub you'll find confirmation that TMY-2 has no UV blocker.
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    Add my name to the list of those who have switched to the new TMY. I've shot it in 120, 4x5, and 8x10. Still use FP4+ for the 7x17 only. TMY probably has the best dynamic range of anything going. High contrast, low contrast, expansion/contraction, high density capability. Beautiful film. And as other have said, the 400 speed is a boon for the small apertures of LF.
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