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Kodak to Discontinue T-Max P3200 Film

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.

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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.

All information from this article was taken from the official Kodak website and PetaPixel.

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written by geegraphy

4 comments

  1. sherman86

    sherman86

    *I don't like this article :(

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  2. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    I only hope someone capable buys the business and brings back the lost! I want Kodachrome 25, T-Max 3200, Pan X, Royal X, High Speed IR, Aerochrome III, Infrared Ektachrome, Kodachrome 10 Tungsten, and, most importantly, keep Tri X coming, all in 35mm, 120, and bring back 127 and 620!! Really!!!

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  3. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    A small suggestion to LSI... bring in the real LOMO as a partner, buy the film business and name, and keep manufacturing going in Rochester, NY with remaking all the above and more. Also, in Russia, start making film cameras again with LOMO, starting with an improved LOMO Electra 112. What's the possibilities???

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  4. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Another sad day for film...

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