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Kodak 35mm Black & White Print Film T-Max ISO 100 36 Exposures

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Ideal for a variety of applications. Especially useful for detailed subjects when maximum image quality is needed. T-Max is a panchromatic film with extremely high sharpness, fine grain, and a very high resolving power. This film also offers a high degree of enlargement, and an expanded exposure latitude. ... read more
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Ideal for a variety of applications. Especially useful for detailed subjects when maximum image quality is needed. T-Max is a panchromatic film with extremely high sharpness, fine grain, and a very high resolving power. This film also offers a high degree of enlargement, and an expanded exposure latitude.
  • Kodak T-Max 100
  • 35mm Film For B&W Prints
  • ISO 100
  • 36 Exposures
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    4.0

    T-Max 100 all the way!!!

    By PhotoPage

    from Jamestown, NC

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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    Pros

    • Accurate
    • Consistent
    • Reliable Tonal Range
    • Sharp

    Cons

    • Scratches Easily

    Best Uses

    • Artwork
    • Travel

    Comments about Kodak 35mm Black & White Print Film T-Max ISO 100 36 Exposures:

    I teach my photography class using this film. When comparing it to other films that students bring in, there is no comparison. This film if less grainy, clearer, and had better tonal range. I would highly suggest using T-Max 100 over any other similar films. This film makes teaching darkroom photography much easier by limiting the amount of work we have to do with tonal issues and grain issues.

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