Ilford Delta Pro 100 Fine Grain Medium Speed, Black and White Film, ISO 100, 35mm, 24 Exposures

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ILFORD 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL is a medium speed, black and white film, ideal for pictorial and fine art photography. The professional version of 100 DELTA, in 35mm, can be processed in a wide variety of developers. It is also less sensitive to changes in development, offering greater process control. When given standard development it has a speed rating of ISO 100/21° to daylight. Prints made from 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL film exposed at EI 100/21 have extremely fine grain and outstanding sharp-ness. In fact, in the hands of a skilled specialist, who will pay careful attention to exposure and processing, prints from 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL negatives can be exceptional. 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL though, is not just for specialists and is more than an ISO 100/21° film. Its exposure latitude allows good quality results to be obtained over the exposure range EI 50/18 to EI 200/24. 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL is compatible with all major processing systems and can be processed in all popular developers.

ILFORD 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL is the world's sharpest ISO 100 speed black-and-white camera film. This exceptional film uses the unique ILFORD core-shell crystal technology offering the best image quality of any "new-technology" film. 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL's emulsion allows levels of enlargement never before possible without loss of fine detail. Its wide tonal range and superior exposure-latitude helps capture images that can easily be reproduced on today's black-and-white papers, without the need for extreme print manipulation. Ideal for studio, fashion, portrait or fine art photography, ILFORD 100 DELTA PROFESSIONAL gives professional photographers the means to express their vision with crystal clarity.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Accurate (4),Consistent (4),Reliable tonal range (4),Sharp (3)
Best Uses:
Artwork (5),Home (3),Travel (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (5)

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Good film at a good price.


Most Liked Negative Review


Good but not great

A solid, reliable film, but I prefer others. It brings you the photo, but not with the same depth and crispness I'd prefer.

Reviewed by 6 customers


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from Oreland, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

For the past 25 years I've tried most every B&W film Kodak, Fuji, and Ilford put on the market, except infrared and C-41 stuff. My priorities are fine grain, exposure latitude and gradation. I shoot mostly ASA 100. I tried Delta 100 when it first appeared on the market and lately it has become my first choice. In addition to the image quality, I can commend it on the basis of dependability, convenience, and economics. Ilford DDX will produce the finest grain. But, for my purposes (11X14 max), D-76 or ID-11 do quite well and give consistent results.


Good but not great


from New Jersey  -  Photo Enthusiast

A solid, reliable film, but I prefer others. It brings you the photo, but not with the same depth and crispness I'd prefer.




from Florida  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good film at a good price.


I love this film


from Chicago.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I've used this to shoot multiple still lifes, as well as nature and people. I find it to be a bit more contrasty than say HP5+ or Kodak T-max 400, but those are 400 speed films anyways. If Im layering images either in the camera or the darkroom I find this film gives the best results.


Very easy to use for beginners


from Hampstead, Maryland  -  Photo Enthusiast

I gave some rolls of this to my beginning students at my FREE photography classes and the students aged 7 through 12 used the film easily. I gave each student my old Pentax and a roll of film and asked them to take photos of something they had never taken photos of. We developed the film together and we got some very nice images. Film worked out well and was much sharper than some other films I have recently tried.


Very Sharp, High Contrast


from Geneva, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

Ilford Delta 100 is a modern T-grain emulsion and is similar to others of this type. It produces a very sharp, contrasty image. (Of course, your results may vary depending on how you develop it.) The contrasty appearance is somewhat at the expense of mid-tones. With an orange or red filter, contrast can be pushed even further giving an interesting "other-world" look reminiscent (almost) of infra-red. Great stuff, like anything from Ilford.


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