I'll be spending a couple days in Las Vegas for a wedding and probably won't be renting a car. I don't gamble but my wife will probably drag me to a show, so I won't have a lot of time for independent shooting, anyway. The biggest thing that attracts my eye is the Bellagio fountain show. It might be fun to try out the Zeiss folder. I will take an incident meter and have seen it recommended to expose for the surrounding scenery, and the lit-up fountains will look good and not blow out. According to Fred Parker's Sunny 16 chart (http://www.fredparker.com/ultexp1.htm), the scene should have an EV of 7 or 8, translating to about 1/25th or 1/10th at f5.6 for iso 400 (probably Portra). Does this sound reasonable? I assume that at those shutter speeds the water will get a bit milky. Would it be worthwhile to try Ektar for a little more saturation and even more milkiness in the water? Or push a couple of stops and freeze the action?