For studio work where lighting can be controlled to an exact, Astia may be the best choice.. But when shooting outdoors, there are a lot of color temperature shifts especially in the shaded region of the subject. So I find that films like sensia, E100S (or E100SW), Elite Chrome handles better because of their warmer color temperature target. Shifting is unavoidable, but can be tamed to a degree. It's just the reality of film's response to color temperatures.


Samples:

Fuji Sensia 100:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=3&pos=13
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=3&pos=23
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...?album=5&pos=7

Kodak Elite Chrome 100:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=5&pos=14

Fuji Astia 100F:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=3&pos=25

E100GX:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...?album=5&pos=5

Fuji Provia 100F:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...?album=5&pos=2
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=5&pos=10

Fuji Reala C41:
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=3&pos=10
http://www.burntlands.org/a/displayi...album=3&pos=17