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Kodak Axe T-Max P3200 Film

Kodak Axe T-Max P3200 Film - Kodak are to axe another film on its road to re-emergence.

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Kodak has announced that it is to discontinue its T-Max P3200 black and white film.

Kodak has blamed the discontinuing of this product on low demand. The T-Max P3200 is one of a line of film recently axed by Kodak, including the Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100G, Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100VS Film and Kodak Professional Elite Chrome Extra Color 100.

Kodak has suggested that users of this now discontinued film now go for the T-Max 400 film, which can handle 1 stop of underexposure without being pushed.

The news comes as Kodak has entered talks to successfully re-emerge as a company in 2013.

For more information on Kodak, visit the Kodak website.

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