Originally Posted by Freakscene
Kodak films changed in 2002. . . .
And vastly for the better. More latitude and a better developer repertoire with far more flexibility. TMX was great under Kodak lab conditions; not so much for real-world shooting. The same is true of all first-generation tabular-grain films, and of Ilford's first-generation Delta epitaxial films (which even at their introduction were still much cleverer than T-grain).