RE: speaking of digital: Xrays !

From: Gerry Giliberti ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 08/23/04-07:24:14 AM Z
Message-id: <91614AC5612CD611BDC500062970ACDF01DF5E38@EXCHANGE_SERV>

Any tips out there for going through airport X-Ray machines with standard
35mm/120 100 and 400 ISO slide and B/W film without making a fuss? I'm off
to England this week and haven't been to Europe in a decade or more.
 
Gerry G

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Sent: Sunday, August 22, 2004 11:51 PM
To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
Subject: Re: speaking of digital: Xrays !

In a message dated 8/22/04 9:24:00 PM, jseigel@panix.com writes:

Many thanks, Schuyler, for the info... guess I can relax somewhat. I
don't think in this case thievery is a great problem, since I walk through
the metal detector right next to the conveyor belt -- they'd have to be
super slick to pull something off during those 5 seconds right under my
nose (tho maybe I shouldn't tempt fate by saying so..?).

I've also had the thought of a variables test -- one day take it out, come
back later with same image on a card and go through with it in. Tho that
test is a ways down the pike, if ever, given the backlog.

Interestingly, I do worry about losing the memory card more than I ever
worried about film... maybe because it takes so many more pictures...

Meanwhile, thanks again for info...

Judy

X-ray machines I wouldn't worry about for compact flash—but metal detectors?
hmmmm

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Received on Mon Aug 23 07:12:22 2004

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