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08-27-2012, 12:45 PM   #931
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Aurele... recent.They are from the "Military and Flying Machines" show in Essex on August 4th. See this flickr set.. K.

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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
damn, i'm late for the discussion about 3200 iso film ... so let's start it again

I've tried pushing ilford delta 400, and TriX and Tmax to 1600 iso, the result are quite good but the DR is seems to be quite compressed.

Is there any film that is a real 1600 or 3200 filmm that is really a 1600 / 3200 film ? some here praised the neopan 1600, but i don't have any opinion about this one

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WTF ?!

Did you extract those from archive or are they recent ? (I'd say due to the Kodak BW400CN they are new)

@matt : nice shoot. i've missed this K17 once, if i find one for cheap, i'll get it !

@Nesster : funny shot it's out of time

@Fish 4570 : ah ! if only we could find car like this one more often

@jt_cph_dk : nice set, specially the third

Thank´s for the comment

Isn´t the Ilford Delta 3200 real?
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QuoteOriginally posted by jt_cph_dk Quote
Thank´s for the comment

Isn´t the Ilford Delta 3200 real?
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No, it is actually about 1000 or 1200 ASA, not 3200 although it can be pushed to that I believe. K.

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DELTA 3200 Professional has an ISO speed rating of ISO 1000/31º (1000ASA, 31DIN) to daylight. The ISO speed rating was measured using ILFORD ID-11 developer at 20°C/68ºF with intermittent agitation in a spiral tank.

It should be noted that the exposure index (EI) range recommended for DELTA 3200 Professional is based on a practical evaluation of film speed and is not based on foot speed, as is the ISO standard.
(From the technical sheet for this film.)
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
No, it is actually about 1000 or 1200 ASA, not 3200 although it can be pushed to that I believe. K.


(From the technical sheet for this film.)
That´s interesting. How about the Tmax3200 then, here´s what Kodak states (does the minimum EI at 800 mean the same in this case?):

»KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film ⁄ P3200TMZ is a multi-speed continuous-tone panchromatic black-and-white negative film that combines high to ultra-high film speeds with finer grain than that of other fast black-and-white films. It is especially useful for very fast action; for dimly lighted scenes where you can’t use flash; for subjects that require good depth of field combined with fast shutter speeds; and for handholding telephoto lenses for fast action or in dim light. It is an excellent choice for indoor or nighttime sports events and available-light press photography, as well as law-enforcement and general surveillance applications that require exposure indexes of 3200 to 25,000.«
and..
»This multi-speed continuous-tone panchromatic black-and-white negative film lets you photograph in situations that were previously impossible. P3200 film provides a notable combination of high to ultra-high film speeds with finer grain than that of other fast black-and-white films on the market.«
Characteristics: Ultra-high film speed for very low light or scientific photography. Wide exposure latitude Speed: EI 800/25000 Contrast: Adjustable with process Sharpness: Very high Grain: Fine Pushability: to EI 12,500 Formats: 35 mm

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12,500!! Wow.

Nesster the swimming kid was awesome!

I've been following the WWII posts on flicker - truly remarkable!
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LOL thanks! I'll upload a couple more here - the pool ones the kids took, the dog my daughter did
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I'm going to go ahead and say that if all us morons are getting showed up by children perhaps we are thinking too hard when we shoot.
The dog is perfect.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jt_cph_dk Quote
That´s interesting. How about the Tmax3200 then, here´s what Kodak states (does the minimum EI at 800 mean the same in this case?):

»KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film ⁄ P3200TMZ is a multi-speed continuous-tone panchromatic black-and-white negative film that combines high to ultra-high film speeds with finer grain than that of other fast black-and-white films. It is especially useful for very fast action; for dimly lighted scenes where you can’t use flash; for subjects that require good depth of field combined with fast shutter speeds; and for handholding telephoto lenses for fast action or in dim light. It is an excellent choice for indoor or nighttime sports events and available-light press photography, as well as law-enforcement and general surveillance applications that require exposure indexes of 3200 to 25,000.«
and..
»This multi-speed continuous-tone panchromatic black-and-white negative film lets you photograph in situations that were previously impossible. P3200 film provides a notable combination of high to ultra-high film speeds with finer grain than that of other fast black-and-white films on the market.«
Characteristics: Ultra-high film speed for very low light or scientific photography. Wide exposure latitude Speed: EI 800/25000 Contrast: Adjustable with process Sharpness: Very high Grain: Fine Pushability: to EI 12,500 Formats: 35 mm

I went through the pdf on the Tmax 3200

Pushing Exposure* with KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX Developer and KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX RS Developer and Replenisher
KODAK PROFESSIONAL Film 1-Stop Push 2-Stop Push 3-Stop Push†
T-MAX 100 Film EI 200/24° Normal Processing EI 400/27° 2-Stop Push Processing EI 800/30° 3-Stop Push Processing
T-MAX 400 Film EI 800/30° Normal Processing EI 1600/33° 2-Stop Push Processing EI 3200/36° 3-Stop Push Processing

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QuoteOriginally posted by PPPPPP42 Quote
I'm going to go ahead and say that if all us morons are getting showed up by children perhaps we are thinking too hard when we shoot.
All too true. Each of those shots has a element of fun radiating from them.
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Definitely -fun - it is fresh! And you know what they say... if your photos "suck" get closer - these are all super close shots.

Finally got into my friends basement to swish some film around.

ME Super + M 28/3.5 and Ilford HP5+ 400

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I have some shots from the other end of the 401 - More Ilford HP5+ & M 28/3.5


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River's edge along the Columbia River, Altoona, WA



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River's edge along the Columbia River, Altoona, WA



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Excellent shot tuco! I particularly enjoy the texture you captured on the rope in the foreground!

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Excellent shot tuco! I particularly enjoy the texture you captured on the rope in the foreground!

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Thanks. That's a steel cable, btw.
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Thanks. That's a steel cable, btw.
Sorry for the miss-identification....reminds me of a heavy braided bowline, encrusted by its time in the water. Any idea what it may have been used for?

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