Ilford Delta 3200 35mm film is a high-speed black and white film that allows you to capture stunning images in low light conditions. With its fine grain and high contrast, this film is perfect for capturing moody and atmospheric shots, whether you're shooting indoors or outdoors at night.
Ilford Delta 3200 is also great for street photography, concerts, and other low light situations where you need to capture fast-moving subjects.
- Shoot up to ISO 3200 for low light photography
- Fine grain and high contrast
- Suitable for push processing
- Creates gorgeous black and white results
- Capture stunning images in low light conditions
- Create moody and atmospheric shots with high contrast
- Perfect for street photography, concerts, and other low light situations
- Suitable for push processing to increase the film's sensitivity and graininess
Sample shots (c) Beryl Chan
1. What is the true ISO of Ilford Delta 3200 35mm film?
Ilford Delta 3200 has a true 'box' speed of 1000/31° (1000ASA, 31 DIN) to daylight. However it is marketed as 'Delta 3200' because it can be shot at 3200 ISO in-camera, then push procesed in development, and still give beautifully balanced and well-exposed images.
2. Is Ilford Delta 3200 a B&W or colour film?
Ilford Delta 3200 is a B&W film. It can be shot in any 35mm film camera, but will need black and white development to produce final images.
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I exposed at 1600 ISO, and developed in Microphen The grain is quite pronounced, and the image has plenty of contrast, but personally I prefer Delta 400 pushed.
Fantastic grain in 35mm or 120. Fabulous for concert photography. Push up to 6400 and process in DD-X.
Shot at 1600 ISO as a test film and I am pleased with results - beware of the three-eyed tree troll.....
A wonderfully fast b/w film thats perfect for shooting at night, or shooting anything moving too fast. Tight grain and high contrasty greys
Well worth experimenting with if you have a camera that can shoot fast enough.
Grotty, wet, miserable grey old day up the Norfolk coast.
Film coped pretty well, grain not actually as lumpy as the weather in a couple of the images.
More or less straight from the camera, as I've found if you try to be too smart you just end up smothering the picture with grain.
Gives a different look to landscapes, definitely one to try.