1、Kodak Ektachrome E200 －－ Slide film. Great red sensitivity. Good for nebulae. Very slow.
2、Kodak Elite Chrome 200 －－Consumer version of E200. Basically the same but doesn't have to be refrigerated.
3、Fuji NPH 400 Print film. －－ Great blue sensitivity, not bad in red. Great for galaxies, good all-around film.
4、Fuji Superia 800 X-TRA －－Print film. Great red sensitivity, not bad in blue. Good beginner film, picks up stuff fast. Grainier than "slower" films.
5、Fuji Provia 400F －－Slide film. Many astrophotographers have begun using this film. I have not personally tested it for astrophotos, but the results from others look great. Have used as a daylight film and it is very fine-grained and neutral color-balanced
1、Kodak Pro 400 (PPF) －－Great astro film. Replaced with Portra 400, which is not a great astro film.
2、Kodak PJ400 －－Discontinued March, 2000. Replaced with Supra 400, which is not as good for astro.
3、Fuji Superia 400 －－Reformulated as Superia 400 Xtra. No red sensitivity.
1、Kodak Portra 400 VC －－Replacement for PPF 400. Very little red sensitivity.
2、Kodak Supra 400 －－Replacement for PJ400. Very low recording power.
3、Fuji Superia 400 (Xtra) －－Replaces old Superia 400. Has no red sensitivity.
Kodak PPF400: 60-75 minutes at f/7
Kodak E200: 75-90 minutes at f/7
Kodak PJ400: 60 minutes at f/7, 100 minutes at f/10
Kodak E100VS: 60 minutes at f/5.6
Fuji Superia 800: 10 minutes at f/2.8, 60 minutes at f/8
Fuji NPH400: 60-75 minutes at f/7