Ilford XP2 - 35mm Film

Exposures: 36
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Customer Reviews

Based on 179 reviews
Max H. (Saint Helier, JE)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
Accreditation Handles: Max Holley
Beautiful film!

Really happy with how this film turned out. I tried playing around with it in various lighting situations and I feel that it really is a jack of all trades. Lovely fine grain and the fact it can be developed using C41 process is a bonus! I will be trying this one again for sure.

[. (Rushden, GB)
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Accreditation Handles: @another__statistic

Super fine grain, plenty of detail, excellent contrast. The blacks have an almost sepia tone to my eyes. I agree with the other reviewer who said it's bit like converting a colour photo to black & white.. I suppose thats exactly what it is.

Lewis F. (Blackpool, GB)
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Accreditation Handles: lewis__forbes
Ilford xp2

Great 35mm option, easy to dev in c41 chems and the results are Christ and sharp. I find this stock handles highlights brilliantly.

Chris B. (Kings Lynn, GB)
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Accreditation Handles: X @chrismojo
XP2 for latitude

They say XP2 has a fair old chunk of latitude. And they're probably right.

Here we have strong lighting from stage left, big shiny orange boat, people in hi-vis, front of building in shadow and it more or less nails everything.

I rarely bother bracketing with it now as it nearly always comes up trumps with a few tweaks like a bit more contrast sometimes.

ania b. (Dundee, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits
Accreditation Handles: instagram: aniiabed
dreamy effect

I used this in a mix of light and dark situations (with flash obv), and they all had this 'dreamy' sort of effect over them. made the pictures seem distant. I really loved it!

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