Here’s What You Need to Know About the Kodak T-Max P3200

The iconic Kodak T-MAX P3200 black and white film is back. Here’s everything you need to know before you shoot with it. 

Itching to be one of the first to get your hands on the Kodak T-MAX P3200? CineStill is among the first to carry this prized and much awaited black and white emulsion for pre-order. With their listing comes some technical info from Kodak about this film. If you’re going to use it for the first time, it’s best to take note of these details before you give it a go.

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First Impressions: Sony A7s

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Sony A7s first impressions photos (1 of 22)ISO 2001-125 sec at f - 5.0

Sony’s new A7s shocked quite a few folks when it was announced. No one would have thought that Sony would have announced a new full frame E-mount camera that soon let alone one that shoots at 4K and housed a 12MP full frame CMOS sensor. Being pretty much the same exact camera body as its brothers the A7 and A7r, this camera differs in that it is targeted at the video crowd and those that want to shoot in extremely low light situations.

We got a chance to play with a pre-production version of the new A7s at Sony’s headquarters in NYC. And for the most part, we can say that you can expect more of the same.

B&H Photo has the Sony A7s for $2,498Amazon also has it along with Adorama.

Update 7/2/2014: Image samples and autofocus performance thoughts are below.

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