Ilford Delta 100 - 35mm Film


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Chris B. (Hunstanton, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
Accreditation Handles: X @chrismojo
Ilford Delta - a class act..?

This has been on my go on then - I'll try it list for a while. One too many Pinots, clicked the wrong button and ordered this instead of FP4.

But is it better than some of the other slow-speed films like FP or Kentmere..?

It's made by the same people, but badged as a 'professional' film - whatever that means these days.

So what's the difference..?

I gave it go on a couple of ongoing projects and was impressed by the lack of grain and sharpness of the scans after the Wondies got their hands on it.

And the usual tweaks you might perform like DR, contrast and a bit of clarity (posh word for sharpening, yah...) made them sing without throwing too much extra noise in.

It's just under a tenner a pop, so slightly more expensive than its stablemates.

Both have also delivered consistently good results for a few less beer tokens.

So like the shampoo commercial (for people who still have hair...) is it worth it..?

Maybe this has a slight edge, that little bit extra quality-wise when it comes to the end result.

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Keith S. (Wisbech, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: Keith "Tank" Sharples
Top class film!

I've shot this film a few times previously, and always had top class results. Unfortunately, this time I chose to develop it in 510 Pyro...and it seems that the time listed on Massive Dev' Chart is too long. It says 11 mins at 20¬įC, but my film seems very over-developed ...maybe 9 mins or a little longer may have given better results...I'll have to experiment, as these images took quite a time to edit in post!!!

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Jeff (Windlesham, GB)
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Favourite

It was everything I had hoped for, nice detail and contrast. Worth the extra cost over cheaper film.

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Sandy B. (Glasgow, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture
Great clarity

Like other reviewers, I found this film to be high-contrast, sharp and low-grain. Because it's so high-resolution, the photos have an almost digital quality at times. I can understand that this certainly has its uses! However, I do like a grainy black and white photo, so I would tend to go for a cheaper option unless I really needed this strong sharpness and detail.

I used a Nikkormat FT2 with a 28mm Nikon f-mount lens, as well as orange and red Cokin filters.

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Matthew T. (Falkirk, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @mtsangphotos
A great film stock

An amazing low ISO B&W film that excels in bright, sunny conditions. Has amazing contrast, detail, and fine grain. Develops well with Cinsestill DF96 mono bath. Very affordable for a professional film.

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