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    Kodak T-MAX 400 podcast

    I don't know how long this has been up...

    http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/pres...?pq-path=13644

    It's 2/3 of the way down the page...

    "Dennis Hayes interviews photographer John Sexton and Kodak's Scott DiSabato on new T-Max 400"

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    in the interview, they mention the "new" T-MAX 400. IIRC, kodak reformulated it and re-introduced it about a year ago or so. i would think that it has been up since close to then.

    if i'm wrong, please correct me

    -dan


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    But the information would still be good.

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    I listened to this last week. Interesting enough.

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    Good listen either way. I just processed some Tmax 400 (TMY-2) and they are right. It's amazing film. Not everybody will like it, probably becasue of the improvements.
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    I process some Tmax 400 a while back. I like it very much.

    Jeff



 

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