Ilford Delta Pro 3200 High Speed, Black and White Delta Professional Film, up to ISO 1250, 120 Size

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About Ilford

ILFORD DELTA 3200 PROFESSIONAL is a high speed, black and white professional film for making quality photographs in difficult exposing conditions. It is ideal for action and available light photography. It is designed to be exposed at EI 3200/36 and given extended development. Recommended developers are ILFORD ILFOTEC DD-X, ILFORD MICROPHEN and ILFORD ID-11. DELTA 3200 Professional 35mm film is coated on 0 . 125mm/5/1000 inch acetate base and is available in 36 exposure cassettes. DELTA 3200 Professional 35mm film is supplied in DX Coded cassettes, suitable for all 35mm cameras. DELTA 3200 Professional roll film is coated on 0 . 125mm/5/1000inch acetate base. It is available in 120 lengths and is edge numbered 1 to 19.

DELTA 3200 PROFESSIONAL technology relies on a complex, four-part emulsion package that optimizes ILFORD's proprietary core-shell crystal technology. This emulsion assembly gives the film superb tonal rendition coupled with exposure flexibility and versatile processing performance.

DELTA 3200 PROFESSIONAL allows photographers to take pictures under difficult conditions including fast action and poor lighting. With a measured speed of up to ISO 1250 (up to ISO 1600 when developed in ILFORD Microphen developer) the film has been designed to be 'push' processed to achieve its nominal speed of EI 3200. It may be further 'pushed' to EI 12,500 with a change of developer, or 'pulled' to provide results equivalent to the best ISO 400 films.

Available in 35mm 36-exposure cassettes and 120 roll film, DELTA 3200 PROFESSIONAL is sure to be the professional photographer's black and white film of choice for high speed photographic applications.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good tonal range (4),Consistent (3),Scans well (3)
Best Uses:
Action shots (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

Ilford Features

  • EI 3200/36, HIGH SPEED, BLACK AND WHITE PROFESSIONAL FILM FOR SUPERB PRINT QUALITY

Reviews about this item

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4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Behaves like you would expect

This is my go-to film for shooting without a flash at concerts. I've used both the 135 and the 120 versions and both perform admirably under incredibly poor lighting conditions. I've pushed some of this to 6400 and there is definitely some grain (but what would you expect?) but it is nothing that would keep me from using the pictures.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

ISO 1250?

Well there isn't an ISO 1250 on my camera to select. It should be a prime ISO like 800 or 1600 to make any real sense. I shoot mine at 1600 an get it push processed for 1600. (additional costs apply)

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
4.0

Very grainy yet pleasing look.

By

from WV  -  Photo Enthusiast

Very grainy, yet pleasing look. Developing with Sprint was a bit of a pain.

(0 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

ISO 1250?

By

from Bethlehem, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Well there isn't an ISO 1250 on my camera to select. It should be a prime ISO like 800 or 1600 to make any real sense. I shoot mine at 1600 an get it push processed for 1600. (additional costs apply)

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Behaves like you would expect

By

from Atlanta, Ga  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is my go-to film for shooting without a flash at concerts. I've used both the 135 and the 120 versions and both perform admirably under incredibly poor lighting conditions. I've pushed some of this to 6400 and there is definitely some grain (but what would you expect?) but it is nothing that would keep me from using the pictures.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent low light action photography

By

from New York City  -  Professional

I photograph live rock bands in NYC and I never like to use a flash. This film is one I have used successfully under the most difficult lighting conditions possible and it comes out shining every time. I have used this film as well it's 35mm size for about 8 years and although I have tried other high speed films this one by far is the most consistent and easy to print (darkroom) and scan. If anyone wants to see some of my work you can search 6of7 and you can see some of my band shots there. If you have any questions about how I use it and process it just ask :-)

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

beautiful film

By

from dc  -  Professional

a very flexible film, with good tonal range and beautiful textural qualities when printed. I'll load my bag and shoot this film at 400, 800 and 1200 depending on the light levels in the various parts of the city.

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FRANK H  LOVE using this in my Mamiya RB67! It's adjustable for any ASA I choose from 50 to 1200, 1200 being the recommended maximum ASA!
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