I shoot it at 1000-1600 and develop in Ilford DD-X. Great combo.
I've also developed D3200 in Diafine with surprisingly good results.
One interesting thing to try is shoot it at 640 or 800. It's a low contrast film and the exposure range you will see is jaw dropping.
Personally I think D3200 is the best ultra highspeed b/w film out there (and it comes in 120!). I never could understand why people claimed that it was grainier than TMY 3200P. I've shot plenty of both and always found the opposite to be true. Does the Tmax developer make TMY3200 particularly grainy? It sure did give it a boost in the shadows.
Last edited by Harry Lime; 11-02-2012 at 02:25 AM. Click to view previous post history.