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  • Ilford HP5 (35mm, 400 iso)

    Ilford HP5 (35mm, 400 iso)
    A faster film with more grain and stronger contrast. Whites are super-bright, blacks are super-bold, and it's all good! Go ahead and live it up a little - we ain't gonna tell nobody!
  • Ilford XP2 (120, 400 iso) staff-review

    Ilford XP2 (120, 400 iso) staff-review
    If you need exceptionally small grain and spot-on pinprick sharpness, then this film is your ticket. On top of that, it can be processed in normal C41 chemicals - meaning that even the el cheapo lab or supermarket down the road can develop this film at their usual rock-bottom price. If there is a more penny-saving way of shooting creatively and easily with B&W, we haven't found it.
  • Ilford SFX (35mm, 200 iso)

    Ilford SFX  (35mm, 200 iso)
    After spending some years in "the discontinued film wilderness", we are pleased to announce that the Ilford SFX super premium special effects film is back. Using an "extended red range" this film mimics the insane look of infrared films - without the expensive and complicated development. Slap a red filter onto the end of your lens (or just hold one in front) for an even more dramatic effect. Plants and foliage have a strong white glow and skin tones take on a supernatural appearance.
  • Ilford SFX (120, 200 iso)

    Ilford SFX  (120, 200 iso)
    After spending some years in "the discontinued film wilderness", we are pleased to announce that the Ilford SFX super premium special effects film is back. Using an "extended red range" this film mimics the insane look of infrared films - without the expensive and complicated development. Slap a red filter onto the end of your lens (or just hold one in front) for an even more dramatic effect. Plants and foliage have a strong white glow and skin tones take on a supernatural appearance.
  • Ilford HP5 plus (120, 400 iso)

    Ilford HP5 plus (120, 400 iso)
    A faster film with more grain and stronger contrast. Whites are super-bright, blacks are super-bold, and it's all good! The 400 ISO rating makes it super for low-light & night shots – and very fast moving objects.
  • Ilford Deltapro (120, 3200 iso)

    Ilford Deltapro (120, 3200 iso)
    This super-high speed film allows for hand-held shooting in low light without a flash. It also features a fat film grain for that authentic old-school "noir" look. Fill 'er up and give Cartier-Bresson a run for his money.