Kodak T-MAX (35mm, 400 iso) is somehow an outdated black and white film. But these films I found over a photo lab was subjectively great especially in grains and in black and white shades.
Some 2-3 years ago, a friend of mine grabbed me towards a photo lab near my school. The guy inside was then a photojournalist for some local newspaper and he shoots in film. So out from his fresh (yet old) stock came Kodak T-Max black and white film. This film harbors a 400 iso, which is great for every lighting situation as possible.
Now, for some specific and technical thoughts: The Kodak T-Max tends to grain out especially if the shot is underexposed, but the grain is much finer as compared to other black and white films. It can also render quality skin tones if you are taking portraits. Once the film is pushed, it renders a cyan tone (you may notice that in some of my pictures) but dramatically process a low contrast value. This film allows a great tone for gray areas. If taken with great exposure, you will be surprised with how your photos will look like.
Personally, I think this film is still in the market. If you want to try a great traditional black and white film, try Kodak T-Max. It comes in 36 exposures but one should be wary that processing time for this can be very quick. To sum up, this film is very great in every condition whether it is sunny, cloudy, outdoors, or indoors. I used my Zorki rangefinder in all of the photos. Feel free to watch the photos and take a closer look on how this black and white film really creates a nice vintage feel image to each and every shot.