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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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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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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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If you want it fast - we can give you fast

Advantages: Ideal bog standard fast black and white film
Disadvantages: coarser grain structure than FP4

...When I took up photography, Ilford’s HP5 black and white film was the ‘new kid on the block’ If you believed the advertising hype, ‘slower’ films such as FP4 were rendered virtually obsolete – funny that nearly 30 years on, Ilford continue to produce b ...

dobieg 31.12.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Ilford PLUS HP 5

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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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