The scenario: You're enjoying a farmer's market, and then your wife and friends all run into the kids' jumpy castle (not currently being used by any kids). You want to get pictures of this, and you want them from the inside. You have: an XT-1, the 14 f2.8 lens, the 35 f1.4 lens, and the pancake 27 f2.8. Time's a-wastin'... Here's what I did (and I'm going to ask what you'd do differently, if something occurs to you): 1. Dictate 1/2000th to stop motion, but not 1/4000 because it is a little darkish in there. 2. Leave the ISO and aperture on auto. 3. Put the 14 on - it's pretty small in there. The 35 felt too long by far. 4. Pull back the clutch and focus manually by the distance scale on the lens barrel. Knowing the 14 is wide enough to be very forgiving, I just put it a touch in from infinity, which is like 7 or so feet anyway. 5. Bumped the EV by 2/3 to account for those bright windows. And then I got in there, and spent half the time also jumping (so I'd be at their head level and get floating hair) and the other half on the ground (so I'd exaggerate the height of their jumps). Oh, and I also had fun. That's important. KBRX7921 by gordopuggy, on Flickr KBRX7975 by gordopuggy, on Flickr KBRX7972 by gordopuggy, on Flickr KBRX7960 by gordopuggy, on Flickr Is there some technical aspect I overlooked? I'm happy enough with them. Just curious. My brain first said "oh I wish I'd had a flash," but then I remembered the 1/180 sync speed.... nossir.