Kodak: No, Kodak TMax P3200 Isn’t an ISO 3200 Film.

We’ve been hearing a whole lot of misinformation about Kodak TMax P3200; so we’re clearing the air up.

Kodak TMax P3200 is Kodak’s latest film offering; and apparently there is a fair amount of confusion about the film emulsion. Share images from it in various groups and you’ll hear people say “But isn’t is an ISO 3200 film?” The answer: No, it isn’t.

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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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Rejoice! Kodak T-MAX P3200 is Coming Back to Us!

Kodak has been dropping hints about Kodak T-MAX P3200 all week.

One of the biggest things the analog photography world needs is more fast, high ISO films. Today, Kodak is answering that with Kodak T-MAX P3200. Kodak T-MAX films have always had a finer grain due to the structure of T-grain, and because of that, it’s ISO 400 cousin has some incredibly tight grain for an ISO 400 film. With that said, I’m sure that we can expect similar results with the new Kodak T-MAX P3200.

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