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Delta 100 - High Contrast/ Low Grain

Rated 5 out of 5
February 3, 2020

Delta 100 has become my favorite Black and White film to shoot with. Either 120 or 35mm results in great sharp images with just the right amount of contrast in my opinion. The low ISO makes it perfect for any sunny or partially cloudy outdoor scenes.

Sam Valdez

Very Pleased.

Rated 5 out of 5
January 18, 2020

This is the first roll of Ilford I have ever shot. I chose Delta 100 to use my Kodak Pony 135 model B. I’m pleased with the fine grain and exposure latitude.

Rob Knight


Rated 5 out of 5
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

Rated 5 out of 5
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

Rated 5 out of 5
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.


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

Rated 5 out of 5
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.