Hi! I'm starting a series of film reviews, with the aim of putting out information on things that most film shooters may not have tried yet, or may have overlooked. One of the key components of these reviews, is how they relate to the hybrid film-scan workflow, and how that fundamentally changes some of the dogmatic ideas about certain films. The first review that I'm working on now, is on one of my favorites that I just don't see enough of coming through the lab. That would be Ilford XP2 Super! I love this stock for it's versatility, ease of use, and aesthetic qualities. A lot of my clients never print their work in the darkroom, but still use traditional films like Tri-X or HP5. For the purposes of shooting to scan, XP2 has many advantages. So please, let us know what you think is an extremely under utilized stock, and why! Aside from XP2 Super, I think Delta 100 & 400 are very underappreciated films. In my testing they scan and print fantastically well, but I think most people reach for traditional grain films first. So that's 2 I've started us off with! Thanks! -Mark from Northeast Photographic P.S. None of these reviews are going to be about "better or worse", but more just how one should think about a stock and how to use it. I don't think XP2 is better than traditional films, or worse. I am merely illuminating it's advantages in the context of the scanning workflow!