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    I've used 14 sheets of FP4+ since Simon posted, in his honor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    I would like to thank Simon for those words of encouragement. Although I've been historically using Kodak films for B&W photography, I think going forward will commit to using Ilford film since they are clearly commited to the B&W process. I definitely love their XP2 Super. I presume Delta would be a suitable replacement for T-Max?

    Thanks again for your thoughts.

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    I like Delta a lot and use 100 / 400 as my main (almost exclusive) films.

    However, let's not turn the thread into a "my film's better than your film" debate (I know we're not there yet, but it's a quick trip down a slippery slope! ).

    Both are manufactured to a high degree of quality and consistency, each utilises new technology in their production, and each has their own qualities and characteristics.

    The best advice is probably to try a few rolls in combination with a few of your favourite devs and see how they suit you. (Sounds like a fun weekend if nothing else!)
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    It's a shame you can't get Delta in sheet sizes any more, though you can get TMAX 100 and 400. On the other hand, Delta 3200 is available in 120 but not TMZ, so it depends what you shoot really.
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