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Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100

Advantages: Medium Speed and Low Grain give great images
Disadvantages: None to be found

This is a medium speed (ISO 100) film that delivers almost unrivalled grain and subsequently sharpness. Combining this camera with a semi-pro or pro SLR camera will give you almost unrivalled capabilities for all of your black and white needs. I recentl ...

PJWINWRIGHT 06.11.2005 · Read full review
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Extend your way of seeing

Advantages: Fantastic quality
Disadvantages: Can get expensive

Ilford continue their range of high-quality 'professional' black and white films with their range of Delta 100 film. I have used Delta 100 for many high-quality images, and it is an absolutely brilliant film - it serves purposes like landscapes and portra ...

bigbtommy 23.02.2003 · Read full review
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Ilford Delta 400

Advantages: Image Quality
Disadvantages: None

...If you look at many street photographers portfolios and examine their tools, the vast majority will list Ilford delta 400 as one of their film choices. This is a great fast film which behaves very well in both low light and bright conditions. This is a ...

robhatfield81 12.02.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Ilford Delta 400

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Best film i ever seen

Advantages: 100% result
Disadvantages: expensive but not much

I never believe that a camera film can give a batter sight than my own eyes can see. When I buy this camera film I thought it was too much costly then others but believe me when I get the results I can not define my emotions! that was really great and thi ...

ssami_rahman 25.08.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Kodak Profess. BW 400 CN

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Low light wonder......

Advantages: Available 120 and 35mm. Fine grain high speed
Disadvantages: hard to print higher than 10x8 without grain coming through

This film surprises me every time that I use it. I first bought it as an experimental operation as I was having trouble capruring a particular shot in a low light setting. every time I had previously tried it I was getting too much grain no matter what ...

Rachaellmackenzie 21.05.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Ilford Delta 3200 135-36 S/W 10 ST

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