Tmax p3200 pulled?

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  1. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    I was at a concert last nite and loaded my camera up with Tmax P3200. Of course I didn't get off a whole roll, so now I need to know what I should do with it. It's in my Leica, which has a max shutter speed of 1/1000 and a minimum f-stop of f22. Is there any hope of getting anything from this fast film in daylight? I guess I could wait until twilight, but that's not as much fun as it might interfere with my Simpsons watching. :lol:

    I was thinking of processing in Diafine, so changing my processing time isn't much of an issue. Thanks guys.
     
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    What EI did you use for the shots that you have taken? I wouln't recommend processing TMZ in Diafine unless you shot it at near its ISO speed - which is about 1000. If you are going to process it in Diafine then you shouldn't have a problem using it in daylight with your Leica.

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  3. nealjpage

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    That's a great question, Helen. I just kinda "winged" it. Exposed it at 1/100 and f 11ish. I've never used it before, so if nothing turns out, I won't cry too much.
     

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