Not sure if this is really the correct place to post this so mods please move it to the appropriate place if necessary but initially am approaching it from film choice and processing options I've been co opted as the 'official' photographer for FISS (Federation of Inline Speed Skating) here in the UK. This isn't quite as grand as it sounds being that, even though we have a solid world presence in the sport, it's about as far advanced interms of events as your average primary school sports day - but I digress! Outdoor events are not a problem to shoot but the indoor meets are a nightmare with relatively low light levels, mixtures of tungsten and fluorescent lighting, high racing speeds, high contrast ranges and often limitations on the use of flash. Probably the nearest comparisons are shooting at ice hockey games and closest of all, short track speed skating events. Is there anyone here who has experience of working under these conditions who can offer me some pointers. Basic equipment is: Motor driven Canon A1 Vivitar series 1 200 F2.8 Vivitar series 1 70 - 210 Canon 35-70 Tokina 28 Sunpak 3600 hammer gun with dedicated Canon module Canon 300m F4 Can't really afford to spend much more on equipment.