Ilford Delta 3200 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 88 reviews
Harry (Stirling, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Creative/Abstract, Low light/Night
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Love the grain. Looks great in low light portraits! Tried some astrophotography which wasn't brilliant (need a wider lens, perhaps a tracking mount) but an interesting experiment nonetheless.

[. (Rushden, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Low light/Night
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So much grain you can almost chew on it, not one for the pixel peepers. Underexposed at 3200, best shot at 1600 in my limited experience.

Alisa (Yerevan, AM)
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Always will love Ilford! Thank you! Also was perfect for a concert

Theo H. (Twickenham, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Street Photography, Studio work, Low light/Night
Only shoot it if you have to

What can I say, shooting at ISO 3200 was a very freeing feeling. It was nice to not have to worry for a change, a feeling I do enjoy about digital photography. Just like the other Delta range films, this film has a high contrast look (certainly in overcast conditions). Considering how high ISO 3200 is, I was anticipating more grain than there was. That said, where you zoom into 100%, the grain is very clear so perhaps ensure prints aren't too large unless you enjoy the heavy grain aesthetic.
I wanted to shoot an indoor function but did not have a roll on me, so pushed a 400 speed film to 3200 and honestly, the results were similar to what I'd have expected from Delta 3200. I'm please I had a go with this film and I can see it having a place in peoples workflow, it's just not for me and I can't see myself using it again.

Nigel (Steyning, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: Nigel Kell
Useful but not favourite

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.

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