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Reviews on Rewind: Kodak T-Max

Today’s Reviews on Rewind is dedicated to one of Kodak’s great professional lines of black and white film, the T-Max. To give you a hint, one of our community members said it best: T-Max stands for "To the Max"!

Editor’s Note: Due to the discontinuation of Kodak T-Max P3200 last year, the reviews featured in this article will only be limited to Kodak T-Max 100 and Kodak T-Max 400.

The current Kodak T-Max line consists of two ISO options: 100 and 400. Both boast a extreme level of sharpness and fine grain, that make them a reliable choice for both professional and rookie photographers.

But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what some of our community members have to say:

Kodak T-Max 100: Black and White Class! by joaomiguelsantoscunha

The first thing I loved was how beautiful the portraits came out, tidy and clean even in lower light conditions.

Kodak T-Max (35mm, 100 ISO) User-Review by eggzakly

This is supposed to be the world’s finest grained 100 ISO black and white film, which I totally believe and because it’s extremely sharp it makes great enlargements.

Kodak T-Max 400 by veato

The expected amount of grain was nicely controlled and the contrast was both punchy and a pleasant surprise. Looking further into the photos the tonality was impressive with deep blacks in the shadows through to nice bright highlights.

Kodak T-Max 400 Black and White Film: The Legend by pvalyk

This film is good for everyone. It’s very forgiving and it will not overexpose unless you really overexpose.

Well, what do you guys think? Do you have other things to say about the Kodak T-Max line? Tell us about it below!

written by geegraphy

2 comments

  1. segata

    segata

    I've yet to develop the roll I have but from many of the brilliant photos I've seen that were taken using it I'm really itching to see the results :)

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  2. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    Wonder if anyone has compared the Kodak TMax, Tri-X and the Lomography Earl/Lady Grey...

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