Hi, I'm shooting with an Olympus XA2 that I just got off eBay and I'm trying to decide what the best film would be for me to buy before I go off on holiday for just over a month. I'll be taking pictures of friends mostly, maybe some nice Canadian scenery... and I was wondering what the best film would be for this? I'm thinking that iso 400 would be the best way to go since I'll be taking photos in all different light but especially low light e.g. sunsets etc. I'm wondering as I have only ever used fujifilm superia x-tra 400 and have not been moved by the results if you get what i mean?...the photos aren't bad but they don't exactly jump out at me. I'm also looking for film on a budget so trying to avoid kodak portra and other expensive options like that. Ideally I want something that will give me nice skin tones, soft sunset-y colours..nice colours basically! So far I've gathered from doing some research in these forums and on flickr discussions that kodak ultra max or fuji superia (what I've been using) might be good. I have also read that any brand that isn't kodak or fuji should be avoided but i was wondering if this was true as one of my favourite online photographers uses agfa vista 400 and I love the results. So if anyone has ever used agfa vista 400 and has an opinion that would be greatly appreciated as well. Thank you so much to anyone who answers this!