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    I've just switched to Delta 100 in 8x10. I shot the first sheets Monday but haven't souped them yet. I would like to try Delta 400 in 8x10. I've never shot Delta 3200, so have no opinion but I'm not sure I would use it much.
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    I'd add a vote for delta 3200 in 5X4, I'd also like to see Pan F in 5X4.
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    I would buy some Delta 3200 film in 8x10" and perhaps 4x5".

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    Simon,

    I have been shooting T Max 400 in 8x10, about 25 sheets a month. I have just added a 7x17 camera. For me T Max 400 in 7x17 is at an unacceptable price. I am not seeking grain, but I do want as little reciprocity as I can. I will have to try 3200 and decide.

    Several people have talked about wanting Delta 400 in LF and ULF. Is this even being considered or possible? If both 3200 and Delta 400 become available I will simply try them. Either way you got me. Thanks for all that you and Ilford are doing as well as the APUG convention.


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    SFX

    ALoha Simon,
    I would like SFX in 120, but I plan on using it again in 35mm. Delta 25 would be used as well, probably a 100 ft roll a month or the equivalent (I prefer the bulk rolls, less waste, cans, packaging etc). I'd use the Delta 25 in 120 and 4x5 as well and would most definitely try the Delta 3200 in 4x5! Handheld Speed Graphic in available light! Totally looking forward to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingWaves
    ALoha Simon,
    Delta 3200 in 4x5! Handheld Speed Graphic in available light! Totally looking forward to that!
    Another vote, that would be exciting!

    [SIZE=1](Though only if it's economically viable for Ilford to produce. I'd take greater comfort knowing that Ilford is strong and profitable than overextending its offerings.)[/SIZE]
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    Hmm, Delta 3200 in 4x5 could be interesting with the Gowlandflex...
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    It's very nice of Ilford/ Harman to listen to your consumers I only got to test SFX 120 once, but actually favoured Konica IR 750 at the time. I obviously need a replacement so another vote for SFX 120 here.

    A cooltone FB? What took you so long? With these new print developers, everything is possible now.

    Delta 25 120? Interesting...worth a test, get your marketing boys on it.

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    I would be willing to order some Delta 3200 in 8x10 & 5x12 sizes. I like this film for low/indoor/natural (overcast) light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874
    Simon,

    I have been shooting T Max 400 in 8x10, about 25 sheets a month. I have just added a 7x17 camera. For me T Max 400 in 7x17 is at an unacceptable price. I am not seeking grain, but I do want as little reciprocity as I can. I will have to try 3200 and decide.

    Several people have talked about wanting Delta 400 in LF and ULF. Is this even being considered or possible? If both 3200 and Delta 400 become available I will simply try them. Either way you got me. Thanks for all that you and Ilford are doing as well as the APUG convention.


    John Powers
    The price of T-Max 400, Ilford FP4 and Ilford HP5 in 7x17 is in the same ballpark. A 3200 film would probably be even more expensive than any of these three currently available options.
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