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Ilford: Delta 3200 Film Still Available

Ilford has said that it has no intention of stopping production of its own Delta 3200 film.

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Ilford has reminded customers that they can still use its own Delta 3200 film.

The news comes after Kodak announced that it was axing its T-Max P3200 film. Ilford say that they have no plans to discontinue their own film, and as with all their products, production will continue.

Ilford have also introduced several new products in recent years, and has no plans to reduce its range. Delta 3200 is available in 35mm casettes and 120 rolls. It is an ultra speed black and white film.

For more information on the range of films available, visit the Ilford Photographic website.

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