In line with the impending sale of its Film Division, Kodak announced last Monday, October 1, that it will discontinue the production of their T-Max P3200 (TMZ) film due to significant drop in demand.
P3200 is an ultra-high speed black and white film with an ISO range of 800-1000 and designed to be able to be push processed up to 3200.
In lieu of this, the company has a suggested replacement, their T-Max 400 (TMY-2) film, which may be two stops slower that P3200, but is able to pull off very good results even when pushed to 1600.
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