It has a variable film speed range from ISO 25-3200.
It's available in all film sizes, from 35mm to 8x10 sheet film.
Its sensitivity covers a wide range, from orthochromatic to panchromatic, right into infrared.
It has excellent resolution and contrast, and low fog due to an antihalation layer directly under the emulsion.
It can be enlarged or scanned with excellent results.
It can be processed in D76.
What the heck is this stuff?
It's Rollei R3 film, and if Rollei's amazing claims for it are true, this could help keep film photography alive. Big time.
I've emailed Rollei's US contact for information about availability in the US, and have found one source that will special order it for me. When I get it, I'll run some tests and report the results here as well as in greater detail in Black & White World. Meanwhile, go to Rollei's European web site for the details...and Stay tuned!