A new film stock is around to change the game of analogue photography. FOQUS Type-D 200 is a 35m film produced in Russia, and unlike most modern B&W stocks, the film is not one of the rebranded products in Europe.
The film was made to cater to Russian weather conditions when developed, offering a wide tonal range for a variety of monochromatic photography. The film is described not to be very forgiving, so FOQUS recommends the stock for "photographers who know what they're doing".
The semi-good and semi-bad news? The film costs $4 a roll, hence why it's already out stock. You can still check out the shop here.
Images are from the website.