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    I used some Delta 3200 for the first time a few weeks ago. I used it at EI 800 (close enough to 1000 but easier to do the exposure conversions when also using ISO 400 film in another camera).

    The negatives were a bit thin but still printed o.k.

    Based on this I think it would have been better at EI 400..... except that there is already a Delta 400 film!


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    Quote Originally Posted by totalmotard View Post
    Here's the result:



    I love the smooth mid-tones, but it grain isn't as small as Neopan 1600. Seems like the trade-off is detail for tone.
    In terms of you comment on grain, I take it you are comparing D3200 shot at EI1600 with Neopan also shot at 1600? Have I got this correct? Thanks

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    Yes, I'm comparing Delta 3200 shot @1600 and Neopan shot @1600. Would love to have the tone of the Delta and the sharpness of the Neopan.
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    Thanks Steve. I have just shot my first N 1600 and will develop in the next few days. I have previously shot D3200 at EI1600 so I was particularly interested in the comparison of grain and tonal range.

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    This is one of mine which was a thin negative but printed o.k.




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    I use it at 1600 all the time in XTOL and get great result!

    Cheers Armin
    Good light and nice shadows!

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