Then for through-the-telescope photography, as well as observing, I have a Polaris 114 EQ-D 4.5 Meade reflecting telescope, on a German Equatorial Mount.
I always use a fast film, either 400 or 800 ASA. I use Fuji Superia 800 just about all the time.
It is said that photos have a greenish tinge when taken using Fuji Superia 400. This may be different in other countries though. The best way to find the best film is to try out different brands and stick with the one which you like the best.
Another thing I really recommend is writing down the photo details! I do this with every one of my photos. I write down how long the exposure was, what lens I used, and what F/ratio I had the lens set to etc etc. You can use a simple notebook to write these down in, but I have made up a form on my computer especially for it. If you want a copy of it, let me know, and I will e-mail one to you, or you can just download one straight from my site. [26KB]
From left to right: 4mm EP; 9mm Plossl EP; 12.5mm EP; 25mm EP; Camera adaptor; T-mount.
My 4.5" Meade Reflecting telescope.