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    I've shot a lot of Sensia 100 and KR64 with my XA, and the results have been great. I find it can be tricky with anything backlit though, as the backlight compensation setting is +1.5 stops, which can be too much. So in such cases, I think it's best to bracket by adjusting the ISO setting.

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    I acquired my XA only recently . The first film I have shot with it was Velvia 100. I find the exposure generaly good - here and there some tuning would make sense, but one should keep in mind that the metering is center weighted and not some more comples matrix.

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    My Trip 35 nailed the kodachrome exposure. Spot on. That's better than I can do...

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    Since the ASA/ISO settings on an XA range from 25 - 800, and the optics (at least on my) are top quality,coupled with aperture priority auto,Iwould definitly say YES! I, personally have shot Velvia 50 and 100 through mine with spectacular results.
    Happy shooting
    Rick

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