OK, I thought I have figured this out already, but I still have doubts. So I ask here another question that have been asked so many times that some may find it offending, sorry for that ... Subject - mostly landscapes and seascapes in New Zealand in early April. Shooting time is through out the whole day. 35mm: Camera: Olympus XA (I have it for a week). I have just run a test roll of Velvia 100 through and it came out fine. Here and there a bit of exposure adjustment would have helped, but it was minor. Film: C41: Ektar 100 and Fuji 400H E6: Provia 100 & Provia 400X Question: As the camera is supposed to be used also for P&S type of exposures, I first though of taking only C41 films, but I have hard time to do so. It is a wider exposure latitude versus shiny colors on the light table where it is easier to judge and better (color wise) scans. I keep telling myself that these are for mostly 10x15cm prints, but some will definitely go to 20x30 cm (or even more ) ... ? 6x6: Camera: Rolleiflex T, with Digisix incident (and 30deg reflected) lightmeter. Have shot more than 50 rolls of different films - I am confident with the camera. Film: C41: Fuji Pro160C, Fuji 400H (or even 800Z) E6: Provia 100 and Provia 400X Question: To be used for the "better" shots on longer trips when I do not carry the 4x5 along (or do not have time to take it out). It it again exposure latitude versus the light table and scanning story ... ----- - I hesitate to "mix" the C41 and E6 film as then one never has the "correct" film inside ... - I have my films scanned either with Coolscan 5000/9000 or Imacon X5.