So it appears that some photogs dropped out of the responsibility for a non-profit's "Prom" style event tomorrow. I may step in if I can figure out a good method. This event is for an under-privileged group. This would be charity for me and provide something meaningful for the teens attending. What I am considering is picking up a Fuji Instax printer (Best Buy says they have one available) and print packets. That way I could snap an image and print it fairly quickly. I know the prints aren't outstanding, but it could be a keepsake where otherwise there would be nothing. Also, the lower resolution prints could cover up my non-skill in portrait photography. My questions: Is this feasible? What lenses should I use? I really don't have anything in the way of lighting. And this will be a dark space. I have the E-M10's pop-up flash, and the little flash that comes with the E-M5. And I do not know how the venue is lit, put it will most likely be dark. Is it possible? Yes, there will be costs incurred by me. That I am not so concerned about. I always thought having one of those printers could be neat. I understand that "it's not worth it" is a valid answer. Is it worth the challenge, though?