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    T-Max 100 is Versatile

    I nearly always rate T-Max 100 at 50 and at 25 if needed. Just be careful not to over develop and blow out the high lights. Use a low contrast developer to supress the density in the highlights. My negs look beautiful when handled this way and are easy to print. T-Max 100 has so little grain that I can barely see it to focus when making a 16x20 print. Never under ANY circumstances under expose TMX or TMY for that matter.
    Experience is a wonderful thing. It enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.

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    J+C sells 4x5 micro film, and it is super fine grained and very sharp, but it is touchy too. They also sell Efke 25 which is nice.

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