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The Ilford XP2 maintains the look of a classic black and white film although it’s developed using C-41 chemistry. Contrast is high, while grain stays low.

The Ilford XP2 maintains the look of a classic black and white film although it’s developed using C-41 chemistry. Contrast is high, while grain stays low.

It can also be exposed using the 200 ISO setting for even less grain – or as high as 800 for even more! Generally the XP2 is easy to handle. It provides amazing results in almost every light condition. That’s why pros and consumers love it.

Among C-41 black and white films, this is maybe the closest to regular B&W photography. The C-41 process keeps costs low and lets you develop this film at any lab.

written by d_i_d

2 comments

  1. vicuna

    vicuna

    Just scanning some Horizon shots with the xp2 400!! I'll submit them right after to add some shots to the gallery of this review! :))

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  2. evev

    evev

    this a great film

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