10 rolls, 8 exposures each, thats sure a lot of film to play with.

Actually, this stuff used tiny, dyed yeast grains instead of stach. The rest of the structure is similar to the Autochrome plates, except that it is on a flexible film base.

Too bad that the stuff is 106 format; (~3.5" tall i THINK), a too big for 120 cameras, though probably it could be cut down. Its only from 1952, and the emulsion was probably not faster than ISO 25-32, so that'd probably still be able to yeild pictures.

If only it wasn't $39.99 ...