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    I would use Provia 100F with a f/5.6 aperture and a wide angle to normal lens. Compose with something interesting like trees, mountains, etc. Expose from 30 minutes to a few hours. You will need a dark sky for long exposures, so no Moon or city lights. Light pollution will limit your exposure times.

    Kodak E200 is a good film as well. Here is a one hour shot Pentax 67, 105mm @ f/5.6 with E200 pushed 2 stops (forgive me, most of the images on the roll required this). I would only push this film one stop for star trail use and only under very dark skies. For star trails, MF film rules!

    Last edited by Nightfly; 09-02-2009 at 08:27 PM. Click to view previous post history.
    Film? What's that? It's like digital, only better

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