Kodak T-MAX

Speed100/21°, 400/27°, 3200/36°
TypeB&W print
Format35 mm, 120, sheets 4x5 and Special Order up to 8x10 (only Tmax 100 and 400)
ApplicationGeneral, surveillance, art photography

Kodak Professional T-MAX Film is a continuous tone, panchromatic, tabular-grain black and white negative film originally developed and manufactured by Eastman Kodak since 1986.[1][2] It is now manufactured by Eastman Kodak but distributed and marketed by Kodak Alaris.

It is sold in three speeds: ISO 100, ISO 400 and 3200 which is a multi-speed film. To easily identify the emulsion, for each film speed, one letter in the edge marking is altered with ISO 100 being TMX, ISO 400 being TMY and ISO 3200 being TMZ.

  1. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/1987/05/24/nyregion/camera-in-praise-of-black-and-white-prints.html
  2. ^ "Technical Data F-4016" (PDF). Kodak Professional T-MAX Films. Eastman Kodak. October 2007. Retrieved 2008-08-03.

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