I'm lucky enough to have a job that allows me quite a bit of time traveling around western Washington and occasionally down to Oregon and as luck would have it shortly after getting my film/camera combo work was taking me to Seattle where I would have several hours of free time to wander the streets. What better way to put both through their paces as well as give me some much needed after Thanksgiving exercise. As a little side note, I did walk around 8 miles that day and believe me my legs and calves were not happy about it. Since I rarely have this much time to kill when in Seattle I decided to walk down to Pike Place market and take in the holiday sights. Snapping photos along the way I loved how fast the Yashica T4 was from turn on time to actually firing the shutter. It's also very small and light weight so dropping in a jacket pocket and walking around all day with it were absolutely no problem at all. The only little niggle I have with the camera is that the flash always defaults to the auto on mode no matter what you do and I tend to prefer using natural light unless shooting a portrait or backlight scene so always turning it off can be a pain.