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    TMY-2 (new TMAX 400) really is an incredible film

    Quote Originally Posted by infundibulum View Post
    Is XTOL better than Tmax RS developer? How is it different?
    Certainly not BETTER, but it's better for the environment


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    TMY-2 (new TMAX 400) really is an incredible film

    I still haven't quite gotten a feel for it, and it's certainly NOT the same as PanF+ sorry to disagree OP but that's just crazy talk, maybe in terms of grain but it's totally different in tones and gradients and everything.

    I just can't get TMY to really shine like I want.

    I'll keep working on it, perhaps someday I'll figure it out..


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    400TMY-2 120 Roll film dev. in Kodak TMax 1:4

    I like this film done in TMax @ 21° for 6.5min.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikg View Post
    Best B&W stuff Kodak has ever made. I love it in pyrocat. What developer are you all using?
    What developing scheme and time do you use?

    Lars

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    I find it a phenomenal film too, when I want it's look. I will say though that sometimes the Tmax films almost look too sterile and almost digital to me. But I use them and and find them gorgeous films most of the time.
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    2+2+100 9 minutes @ 70º F. I use this as my normal for 35mm and 120. Small tank, standard agitation. I've worked out N- and N+ but rarely use them.

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    98 Custom Fatboy shot in bad weather.

    This 98 custom Fatboy was left out in the rain.

    Kodak 400TMY-2 in TMax at 21°C for 6.5min.
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    I've shot Tmax 100 in 120. Develop in Xtol normal. Why would I switch to 400 or should I stick with 100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikg View Post
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    2+2+100 9 minutes @ 70º F.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    I've shot Tmax 100 in 120. Develop in Xtol normal. Why would I switch to 400 or should I stick with 100?
    I did shoot with TAMX 100 and 400 and developed both for different many shots, for no reason or don't know why, i go with TMY-2 or TMAX400 shots all the time over TMAX100, both are great but slightly i give TMAX400 an edge, could be that it is faster or better developed or it is designed differently i couldn't tell, but this is maybe only me and i don't care what the world say, for 100 ASA or ISO my fav and vote is from Acros 100, and for 400 it goes for TMAX400, end of story.

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