|Format||35mm, 120, sheet film|
|Push||EI 3200/36° or much more|
|Application||General, sports, low-light|
Ilford Delta is a series of photographic films manufactured by Harman Technology Limited. Delta films are tabular-grain black-and-white films,  and originally released in 400 ISO only to compete with Kodak's T-Max film.
The 'Delta 3200' product is not actually rated at ISO 3200/36°. Its speed is only 1000/31° following the ISO methods, but it has a very wide exposure latitude. Thus it can be successfully push processed to EI 3200 or 6400, or even 12500. 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 can also be pushed to EI 3200.
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