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.
Reviewed by 2 customers
I'm an 8x10 portraiture photographer. I'm also a street photographer.I love this film because it has never let me down.I get compliments from my work because of this film. I develop it in DDX or beutlers developer. My process of developing is a Jobo CPP2 processor utilizing Jobo expert drums. I get perfect negatives every time. Ilford DDX developer does make a difference. I get deeper blacks, and exelent tonal range. Tray processing works too, but you risk scratching your negatives, and breath chemicals. It's the only back and white film I use, and trust me I experimented with alot of films. This film prints easy too, the shadow and highlights always come in. (I use the zone system for metering seconic 558 light meter)
THE ILFOLD FILM IS VERY GOOD FILM.