Ilford Delta

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Delta 100
Maker: Ilford Photo
Speed: 100/21°
Type: B&W print
Process: Gelatin-silver
Format: 35mm, 120, sheet film
Application: General, portraits
Introduced: 1992
Delta 400
Speed: 400/27°
Push: EI 3200/36°
Format: 35mm, 120
Application: General, sports
Introduced: 1994
Delta 3200
Speed: 1000/31°
Push: EI 3200/36° or much more
Format: 35mm, 120
Application: General, sports, low-light
Introduced: 1998

Ilford Delta is a series of photographic films manufactured by Harman Technology Limited. Delta films are tabular-grain black-and-white films.[1]

Ilford recommends Delta 100 and 400 as replacements for the discontinued Agfa APX100 and APX400 films, respectively.[2]

Delta 3200[edit]

The 'Delta 3200' product is not actually rated at ISO 3200/36°. Its speed is only ISO 1000/31° but it has a very wide exposure latitude. Thus it can be successfully push processed to EI 3200 or even higher. Delta 3200 was introduced in 1998, 10 years after Kodak's similar T-MAX P3200. It replaced Ilford's high speed 'HPS' film.

Delta 400[edit]

Delta 400 can also be pushed to EI 3200.


  1. ^ "Ilford History and Chronology". Retrieved 2008-07-26. 
  2. ^ "Agfa-Ilford equivalent". Ilford Photo. Retrieved 2007-05-18. 

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