Film Photography & Darkroom discussion
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The true speed of that film is about 800, not 3200. I suggest you run several trials before developing an important roll.freefall wrote:Hello,
My problem is the following : I have a T-Max P3200 but I exposed it in 1600. Someone could tel me which parameter I need to success my process ? Thank you ! I have Ilfotec LC29
Funny I just read this post, when the night before I was reading an old issue of Darkroom Photography dated November, 1988. Lo and behold, an early review of P 3200!!!! The reviewers were Ctein, George Post, and Alfred Blaker. Anyway, all three rated this film @ 1600 to 3200, with, in their opinion, acceptable to excellent results, using T-Max developer. I personally don't use the T-Max films, but thought I would throw this out for what it was worth.