I'll be going to an autoshow this weekend, and of course will be taking some pictures. But I'd like them to turn out nice if possible, so I've got a few questions for anyone who cares to listen: First off, my knowledge of photography right now is very limited. I've got a Canon Elan 7e, and have always used Fuji 400 speed film from the drugstore. Now this car show is all indoors, in a big convention hall, so should I consider using a different speed film, like 100 or 200? Also, from previous experiences, there are usually adequate amounts of light in the hall, and I expect the cars to all have their own lighting setups for optimal viewing as well, so would my built in flash be necessary not be necessary? If anyone has any other comments they think might help, I'm willing to listen!