Ilford Delta-3200 Professional

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  1. Bauhaus

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    Can this film be devloped with the color chemicals?

    Delta-3200 Professional 120 Black & White Print Film (ISO-3200 Push Process)
     
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    Why would you want to do that? :?
     
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    Developed or Printed?

    I've seen people experiment with printing black and white film with color chemicals to produce some interesting results.
     
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    I have a couple of rolls of ilford that I have been told can be developed using colour chemicals to give a sepia effect or just developed in the standard b&w method.....
     
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    See I dont understand this C41 process vs real b&w process.
     
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    if it says it can be developed as a C41 process, then yes... if it doesn't... back away slowly, and get your sepia effect using toner. no sense risking your pictures. I've never known a film to be an either/or situation...
     
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    The film that I was quoted to be either or is.....

    *Scurra runs off to his film stash to check*

    Ilford super XP2 ISO 400, it does say on the packaging however that it is good to use with C41.
     
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    Running black and white film through the C-41 process will result in completely clear film, as the silver is all bleached off. (i.e., don't do this)
     
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    I know of no films that are intended as either/or for processing. There are B&W films that develop in traditional B&W chemicals, and there are B&W films that use the C41 color developing chemicals (like T400CN and XP2). With fewer and fewer labs doing traditional B&W developing, film companies came out with a way for people to take B&W pictures using easily an accessible process.

    If it says C41, use color processing. If it doesn't, use traditional B&W processing.
     

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