Ilford Delta Film 120 B&W ISO 400
Our Price: £6.00 GBP100135
Delta is a modern emulsion from Ilford - created with finer grain to provide sharp black and white images with excellent contrast. While this means the 120 film is slightly less forgiving of wide exposure latitudes, the professional results when you nail the exposure will blow you away!
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Ilford was founded in 1879 in the English town of the same name. They are B&W royalty in the photography industry thanks to their 140-year heritage and their support for photographers with chemicals and development as well as film. In the mid-20th Century they produced several well-regarded camera lines (including one given to Princess Elizabeth that was later stolen!) but today they are focused on producing the best films and development processes that they can.
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When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Ilford Delta Film 120 B&W ISO 400 today and dive back into the fun of 120 film photography!
The results from this roll came back rather flat for some reason. I wasnt keen on the end result so have tried to increase contrast in postprocessing to achieve results I like. I probably need to try this again as the detail is great but would like to get the kind of contrast highlighted in the description above.
A gorgeous, fine grain black and white film that's capable of capturing lots of detail. Worth paying a little extra for something a bit different to my mind. Relatively low contrast at box speed which I like.
My standard 120 film - it's an absolute bargain, and always gives sharp results with subtlety and very fine grain.
My bread and butter 120 film, it has no specific characteristic, and in that makes it as the ideal film to "know" a camera or a new objective or theme.
I use it under each and every condition and each time simply gives results. For a little higher contrast I sometimes underexpose 1 to 0.5 stop compared to box speed. It produces pictures with very good tonal balance and no visible grains - I self develop using HC110 in B dilution.
Looking to try something new I had a play around with Delta 400 but found that it wasn't my cup of tea. The film is relatively low contrast which I can see being good for portraits, but for a lot of other work can make the image look a bit too flat and lifeless. From a technical side, I can't really fault the film as it performs well, nice grain structure and I have to admit that with that low contrast, it captures a good amount of detail. Three stars feels a little harsh but I just found the film a bit dull.