Las Vegas, NV—Kodak Alaris announced that it is bringing back Kodak Professional T-MAX P3200 TMZ film—a multispeed panchromatic black-and-white negative film.
The nominal film speed of P3200 TMZ is ISO 800. However, the “P” means this film is designed to be push processed to EI 3200 or higher. In addition, the panchromatic film excels when shooting in low light or when capturing fast action. As a result, it is suited for handheld street scene photography. It is also ideal for night work. And it is geared for use in dimly lit venues where the use of flash isn’t possible.
“It’s no secret that we’ve been looking for opportunities to expand our portfolio,” said Dennis Olbrich, president, Kodak Alaris Paper, Photo Chemicals and Film. “Darkroom photography is making a comeback, and B&W film sales are clearly on a positive trajectory. Given these very encouraging market trends, we believe P3200 TMZ will be a great addition to our lineup.”
Kodak Alaris plans to offer Kodak Professional T-MAX P3200 film in the 135-36x format. Moreover, shipments of the revived film to distributors and stock-house dealers began in March in the U.S. Furthermore, its availability in other regions around the world will follow shortly.
Kodak Alaris is an independent, global imaging and technology company. Its mission is to “release the power of images and information around the world. Our digital scanners and also intelligent state-of-the-art software services enable companies to unlock the potential of data and information so they can achieve more. Our film, photographic paper, printing kiosks as well as suite of consumer apps help people tap into the emotional power of the moments that define all our lives.” kodakalaris.com