Kodak TMax P3200 - Post YOUR Images!
Old 06-08-2018   #1
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Kodak TMax P3200 - Post YOUR Images!

Interestingly, a new film is back on the market and I don't recall seeing any recent images, just barroom talk.

It is a huge thing for me to order supplies from anywhere, but I will be placing an order with B&H this coming week and I would like to add a few rolls of P3200 in there to try it out.

***NOTE:In order to keep this thread both informative and civil, negativity is NOT cool! Please do not go off on Kodak or your dislike for the film or any of the other typical topics... None of that is helpful.

All of you have a wealth of information and if you have tried this film...,

Post YOUR images and share with us. Having never used any 3200 film, I am interested, as are others, to learn about real world experiences and results with this new film.
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Old 06-08-2018   #2
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Took this back in March from a brand new roll of P3200 (got it on Wednesday, shot it on Sunday). EI 800, processed in Xtol.



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Sweet result there, Jim! Reminds me of so many past memories. Nicely done.
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One more from the same shoot.



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Couple with Nikon F2S and 3.5cm f2.8 S.

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Old 06-16-2018   #6
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Jim B, those portraits are superbly exposed and processed.

Would be great to see this film in 120 format, but it may be too much to expect.
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M6TLL w/ 50mm Summicron. Rated at 3200 and developed in LegacyPro LMAX Developer


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Here are a few from my first couple rolls. Shot at 3200 with a Nikon F3 and Processed in HC-110 Dilution B.









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I’ve shot more than a few rolls of the new stuff all at 1600 ISO in DDX. I’ll post some in here when I get a chance. Soooooo glad Kodak re-released this film.
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Took this back in March from a brand new roll of P3200 (got it on Wednesday, shot it on Sunday). EI 800, processed in Xtol.



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XTOL 1:1? If so, for how long?
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Shot at ISO 3200, at night, beneath a street light. Leica MP with Canon 50/0.95. Xtol 1+1.



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You know, it is way past time to pick up some of this film.

I like the results!
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Soccer action with the P3200 in Nikon N8008 and Nikkor 135 f2 AI.

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Good photos in this thread. These photos make me desiring to give a try...
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PS: but I still have a few Delta 3200 to use ...maybe after that
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Definitely worth trying out.

Here's another one from the game. Nikon N8008, Nikkor 135 f2 AI.

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Sorry. Misread the thread title an originally posted Ilford Delta 3200 shots.
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Good photos in this thread. These photos make me desiring to give a try...
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PS: but I still have a few Delta 3200 to use ...maybe after that
Robert,

I completely agree. All of the images above are excellent!

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What did you shoot the soccer game at -- box speed? How was it developed?
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Very nice!
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What did you shoot the soccer game at -- box speed? How was it developed?
If I remember correctly, I set the ISO at 2500. Shutter speed might have been 1/400s, and aperture f/2.8.

I have no control over development, sent it to TheDarkRoom lab.
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