TMAX3200 Images Thread
Old 02-24-2018   #1
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TMAX3200 Images Thread

With the re-release of TMAX3200 it might be useful to have this thread so users testing the waters with this film can get an idea of results.

Please post TMAX 3200 images.
List workflow details if possible.

If you're looking to compare with TMAX400, go here.

If you're looking to compare with Delta 3200, there doesn't seem to be any one thread dedicated to Delta 3200 images. If anyone can find one please let me know and I'll insert a link here.
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Old 02-24-2018   #2
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35mm TMAX3200 @iso1600 in TMAX developer.
Film expired 02/2012. Exposed 02/2016. V700 scan.

night hawks, Sydney 2016 #523 by lynnb's snaps, on Flickr
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Ahh. That's the combination of tonality and grain I remember. I thought I could get a little less grain than that, though. I used Tmax developer too.

You're asking some of us to dig through some old, forgotten negatives.....maybe if I can find them, I'll scan and share. Won't be much better than the image above though. But, I might have some long-forgotten punk-rock bands in some of those negs
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TMZ only came in 35mm
I used tmax rs standard inversion and time for 75 deg f at 3200
https://www.flickr.com/photos/124724...7647773728265/
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Quote:
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TMZ only came in 35mm
I used tmax rs standard inversion and time for 75 deg f at 3200
https://www.flickr.com/photos/124724...7647773728265/
Thanks for clarifying formats - original post amended. Your image is *much* cleaner than I managed to get. Any chance you can insert the image into this thread? Thanks.
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Great idea for a thread, Lynn! Thanks for starting this one.
My computer died! So, I have no images to share...��

Looking forward to seeing how the results of everyone's effort turn out.

Nice image, by the way!!!
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img170 by Leo Tam, on Flickr


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TMax3200 dev&scan at MeinFilmLab (Kodak XTOL). 1000ASA.

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