perfection exists - it's the Delta 100 Review by Pedro DS
after the recent discontinuity of the mythical Plus X of Kodak, the Kodak TMax 100 and Ilford's Delta 100 and FP4+ are the last living references of B&W films with sensitivity about 100 ASA.
while the legendary FP4+, the biggest reference in its range, has an old architecture and presents a slightly bigger grain, the Delta 100 is based on a tabular grain structure. it has a superb tonal range and very small grain dimensions. similar to Pan F's, and supports quite well overexposure, presenting a very wide exposure's latitude - all in all, Ilford Delta 100 is perfection in form a photographic film. it's a master piece that no digital support can ever equal. (is digital photography? I think it is not)
I love Ilford Delta 100. it's just perfect (Posted on 10/12/2013)