A variety of streak/framing/synchroscan image tubes are now under design and manufacturing in the Department of Photoelectronics, General Physics Institute. Among them are: a series of the well-known PV001 image tubes introduced into wide practice since 1978, a set of more advanced PIF001 tubes originally designed in 1979, specially developed femtosecond streak tubes of BSV-type, which were initially proposed in 1987, and finally a number of PF-type tubes placed in service last year. The whole set of these image tubes may cover the spectral range from 115 nm up to 1.55 micrometers , providing maximum sensitivity of 0.5 (mu) A/W at 1.55 micrometers (S1/IR) and up to 3 mA/W at 900 nm (S25/ER). Various input photocathode windows may be used: fiber-optics or borosilicate substrates which blue transparency starts at 350 nm. UV-glass windows (> 200 nm), MgF2 input window (> 115 nm). All tubes with photocathode- accelerating mesh geometry have photocathode area of 6 mm in diameter, while the tubes in non-mesh configuration (PV and PF0 have a rectangular photocathode area of not less than 4 mm by 18 mm. The described tubes may be supplied with any type of phosphor screen (red, orange, blue, green) deposited onto fiber-optics faceplate.