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    @thuggins : I heard about provia 400X @ EI800, EI1600 and higher are a mystery to me and surely to try out even if we spend a fortune on this film.
    @damonff: 3000$... don't let the thieves know where you're hiding it ...

    tnx guys for this great input on my question, seems to hit a long road.

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    ok this is random, but someone asked me about my D3200 I just shot and the grain, I can't seem to PM him an image so this sort of fits the thread as the grain in the D3200 I find exceptionally acceptable for use even when I do it by accident... lol

    Here's a 1:1 crop of a spot on one of my recent image uploads to the gallery.

    The first image shows the area cropped....

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    The second is the actual crop to see the grain...

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    Not bad for D3200 @3200 I think... anyway Developed in DD-X (actually 3rd use DD-X, I had developed 3 rolls before it (2 in a 1L and 1 other in a 500ml tank all the same day, but anyway the DD-X isn't at all exhausted to my knowledge and gave good results for my taste.

    Side Note I also just developed Tech Pan in the same DD-X AFTER the D3200 with 2 other 35mm in the 1L tank and it's amazingly fresh, clear, awesome!

    EDIT: Please keep in mind the height on my scanner is off slightly so it may look a little "blurred" but that's just out of focus on the super narrow depth of field of the epson v750 scanned @3200dpi I must like that number haha I'll have to adjust the height of that holder one of these days...

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    D3200 is a great film.

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    can't resist this one film

    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    D3200 is a great film.
    Sadly I never experienced P3200 in 120 to compare.


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    is this D3200 in 120? it shows less contrast as usual but in 35mm the grain always pops out when I 'import' it.
    It's the only push B&W film now I believe so we'll have to experiment some more to get it to look different than 'default flat'.

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    I can't resist IR film.

    Jeff

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    can't resist this one film

    Quote Originally Posted by rhmimac View Post
    is this D3200 in 120? it shows less contrast as usual but in 35mm the grain always pops out when I 'import' it.
    It's the only push B&W film now I believe so we'll have to experiment some more to get it to look different than 'default flat'.
    Yes in 120, I don't shot much 35mm...


    ~Stone

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