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Ilford Delta 3200 High ISO Black and White Film

Ilford Delta 3200 High ISO Black and White Film

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Ilford Delta 3200 35mm film is a high-speed black and white film that is designed to deliver excellent results in low-light conditions. With a fast ISO rating of 3200, it allows photographers to shoot in challenging lighting situations while still capturing sharp, detailed images with a wide tonal range. The film features a fine grain structure and exceptional sharpness, making it an excellent choice for capturing fast-moving subjects and dynamic scenes. Ilford Delta 3200 is also known for its versatility, allowing photographers to push or pull the film to achieve different effects. It can be developed using standard black and white film processing techniques and is compatible with a wide range of developers. Whether you're shooting in low-light conditions or looking to capture dramatic, high-contrast images, Ilford Delta 3200 is a reliable and versatile film that delivers outstanding results.

Listing is for one (1) Roll

Film Size: 135mm (35mm)
Type: B&W Negative Film
ISO/ASA: 400
Exposure Count: 36 
Chemical Process: B&W (we sell chemicals to develop your own!)


We are a small camera store located in Brooklyn NY. We try our very best to make sure everyone can get their new favorite camera. If you'd like help deciding or have any questions on what type of camera or film would fit you - please reach out!

We have fully refurbished and cleaned cameras on our shop and we also offer developing and repairs, as well as developing supplies to develop your own film.

With much love,

Griffin @ Heart Breaker Cameras

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35MM, 110 FILM, AND 120 FILM


Do I really need to store my film in the fridge?

If you are going to use in a few weeks you'll most likely run into no issues keeping your film on your desk. But film does expire, and if you want it to last longer keep your film in a cold dark place (like a fridge!)

Where can I get the photos developed?

We now offer developing! Click me!