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Kodak TMAX P3200 was discontinued in 2012 but it is still very much available and useable in 2014. This film first hit the market in 1988 and resulted in a breakthrough in high speed, low light photography. It is survived by Ilford Delta 3200 and the push processing of slower films. P3200 features tabular type T-Grain that is much chunkier than Delta 3200. The film boasts loads of tonality and high push-ability, up to at least 12800 ISO.
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