I like that idea. A low resolution compact would be ideal. A short video burst might work even better. (Maybe there is a use for that Canon Powershot after all)? As long as it doesn’t take away the joy and anticipation of unloading Velvia from the processing tank, and then viewing it on the light box. Opening RAW images in Photoshop just doesn’t compare. Sorry to rant on, but I recently had a favourite 645 Velvia trannie printed at 16 x 20 on Cibachrome/Ilfochrome, and have hung the framed print in our hallway. So far, everyone who has commented on it has said something along the lines of "did you take that with a digital camera? I’ve just bought one of those from Dixons". At first I tried to explain the limitations of digital imaging and practicalities of printing larger than A4 size, but sadly it seems the digital brainwashing process is irreversible in most of its victims!