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Kodak T-MAX P3200 - Pellicola da 35 mm

Our Price: £12.00 GBP

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Descrizione

Un ottimo bianco e nerofilm da 35 mm professionale,film Kodak T-MAX 3200 è perfetto per le situazioni di scarsa illuminazione. Kodak ha conquistato il cuore dei fotografi film tutto il mondo quando hanno reintrodotto questa emulsione come P3200 nel 2018. La loro emulsione brevettata a grana T offre livelli di dettaglio impressionanti in situazioni di illuminazione diverse e difficili, particolarmente impressionante se valutato a 3200.0.

Inoltre è stato ottimizzato per la scansione di alta qualità e l'ingrandimento post-sviluppo, in modo che le tue foto vivranno stampate e sullo schermo con la massima qualità possibile. Vai a caccia al buio e goditi i risultati!

Questofilm ISO 3200 a volte viene indicato come TMAX P3200. 

Specifica

Formato: 35 mm
Colore: B & amp; W
Genere: Negativo
ISO: 3200
Esposizioni: 36
Dimensioni confezione: 1

 

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Kodak - propriamente conosciuta come Kodak Eastman - fu fondata in America nel 1888 e dominò il mondo "occidentale" della fotografia per i successivi 100 anni, costantemente in feroce rivalità con la Fuji giapponese. Analogamente a Fuji, l'avvento della fotografia digitale all'inizio del secolo ha causato notevoli problemi finanziari. Un recente tentativo di vincere nel mercato delle compatte è stato colpito dall'aumento della fotografia mobile e dal fallimento seguito nel 2012. Fortunatamente l'attività della fotografia è sopravvissuta con il nome Kodak Alaris - con sede nell'Hertfordshire, in Inghilterra - e hanno deliziato l'industria analogica promettendo supporto continuo per la produzione film e la promessa di riportare le vecchie emulsioni preferite.

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Customer Reviews

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J
J.
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: https://www.jamieworsfoldphotography.co.uk/
Grainy but nice tonality

I've only shot the one roll of this whilst comparing with Ilford Delta 3200. I came away preferring the Delta but that's not to say this film hasn't got some good points to it.

It is very grainy. And it's quite a coarse grain, too. But the tonality I found really nice. So it ends up having a nicely gritty edge which could work well for the right subject. I'd definitely use it agan if I wanted a certain look.

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Anonymous
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: No
Very grainy

As expected the results from this film were very grainy, especially in low light. However I think this added to the atmosphere of some of the photos. Would use this again for the right occasion.

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T.S.M.
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Insta: the_snappy_mole
Carry a Spare

This was my first shot with this film, I love the grain and it's really quite contrasty in low light. It's great in low light but a little unforgiving, if you're doing any street photography at night, you'll get great results with nothing but ambient street light - but take a tripod! Air on the side of over-exposure with an expectation to push it in the developing process. I love how the film allows me to shoot at night without the usual wide-open aperture so you don't lose all depth of field.

Really a favorite. There's always one in my bag.

J
J.G.
Perfect for: Portraits, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Creative/Abstract, Studio work, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: @_jimgraves on instagram
Great indoors for a classic new born pic.

I planned ahead for my granddaughters birth and bought a roll of Tmax 3200 for our first meeting. I wanted a few film photo's to go with the digital images and managed to capture my wife saying hello to her. The light was terrible, but having set the asa to 800 I thought I was in with a chance with my Pentax SP500 and Lydith 30mm f/3.5 and I am pleased with the result. I still have half a roll left. I couldn't wait to see my images so put my camera and developing tank in my dark bag, cut the film off the reel and developed it as soon as I got home.

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K.S.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work, Low light/Night
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Keith "TANK" Sharples
Great results for a film of this ISO

This was my first experience with T grain film, and I'll deffinately be shooting more over the comming year. This film is FAST...even in early February I had to use ND filters to get some shallow Deapth of Field shots, but well worth the effort. The contrast is perfect in my opinion, and the detail superb.
I chose to shoot this film at box speed, so loaded it into my Contax 139 Quartz as the camera has a 3200 ISO setting, and took it with me for a pre-Christmas socially distanced blast with my Brass Band (Fakenham, Norfolk, UK) and decided to take a few shots of my Tuba whilst I had it out. With all the curved reflective surfaces I wasn't expecting too much, but the results are far better than I expected. I developed the film in Kodak HC110 (Dil-B) for 10:30 at 20 Deg C, and found it easy enough to load onto the Paterson spiral. Yes, there is some grain in the images, but much less than I was expecting from a 3200 ISO film.

Would I buy this film again?...WITHOUT HESITATION.!!