I've recently gotten back 10 rolls of film I'd shot over a rather long period, but hadnt had the money to develop. It was a mix of Fuji Superia 800, 100, Ilford XP2 400 and the majority were Konica-Minolta VX100 I got pretty cheap. Basically the worst shots were on the VX100. I like 100ISO film and I've gotten good results with VX400 before, so what went wrong? since the film was so cheap I ended up throwing the shots away playing with my new Canonet, pretty basic stuff with terrible exposure, so now I have a handful of pointless negative sheets in my big ol' folder. Since it was cheap and plentiful I guess I didn't really care, where as with the Superia 100 I got some good shots as I've always liked the film, so I paid a lot more attention. Has anyone else found themselves influenced by their opinion of the film when they're shooting?