ILFORD Delta 100 - Film Review

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Type
B&W
Brand
ISO
100
Format
35mm, 120, 4x5, 8x10
Price
$$$
Saturation
+++++
Latitude
+++++
Grain
+++++

Delta 100 has very fine grain and absolutely beautiful tones.  It has very good exposure latitude and looks good under or overpass but, like most B&W film, we highly recommend erring on overexposure.

 

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Outstanding.

5.0 rating
November 12, 2019

Another exceptional product from Ilford. The slower the ASA or ISO rating (depending on your perspective) the better I like it. The only exception being the sfx 200. I absolutely recommend this film to anyone serious about black and white photography. I have mine developed as positives and have never been disappointed.

Randy Jiner

Fine Grain with great contrast and Dynamic Range

5.0 rating
November 12, 2019

I starting using Delta 100 with Yashica A 6×6, I develop in HC110 1:47 or B depending on shooting speed.
At 400, this film is wonderful and still having a tight grain, contrast, and dynamic range. I would recommend Delta 100 @ 400 over any other native 400 film!

Peter Arbib

My Go-to Film for All Medium-Format Photography

5.0 rating
November 12, 2019

As an enthusiast who enjoys shooting in B&W, Ilford Delta ISO 100 is my go-to film for use in any of my older Kodak Brownies or Rolleiflex. I love the crisp lines, image clarity and ability to enlarge these shots for using as framed wall art.

Brandy

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September 27, 2019
Anonymous

Fine grain, even at 400, lovely shadows and highlights and everything in between.

5.0 rating
September 27, 2019

If you are looking for a black and white film that produces a nice tonal range from Dark Shadows to High lights and one that you can use at several speed settings this is the one. I use this film at ISO 100, and 400. I have no reservations at 400. I develop my film in HC-110 B, or 1:47. I will post one of my pictures from my Yashica A at ISO 400.

Peter