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    Cooke, Heliar, Petzval...yeah
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    Re: London Airport

    Quote Originally Posted by domenico Foschi View Post
    SAShruby, can you really get rid completely of the banding caused by x-rays?
    X- ray Banding is caused by materials they in some way interfere with x-ray machine. Imagine it like x-raying of your bones. If you pack film in area where you have a number of different materials around your film, i.e. steel, paper, glass, plastic etc. you will get a banding.

    Because I knew that, the prevention I do is that I always carry film and my film holders in special case which contains fabric only with dry zippers. Therefore I do not have any "banding".

    Just my 2 cents.
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    Re: London Airport

    X- ray Banding is caused by materials they in some way interfere with x-ray machine.
    Peter I think you are wrong about that.

    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/servi.../tib5201.shtml
    Thanks,
    Kirk

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    But I have promises to keep,
    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: London Airport

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Gittings View Post
    Peter I think you are wrong about that.

    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/servi.../tib5201.shtml
    I'm just stating my initial scientific approach which works for me. No bandings at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAShruby View Post
    I'm just stating my initial scientific approach which works for me. No bandings at all.
    When science comes to rescue - let's x-ray it all with no steel around, abracadabra - no banding at all!

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    Re: London Airport

    Well, I'm back from my trip, and I thought I'd follow up with details. Basically, I was forced to have my film x-rayed in London two times...once on the way to Italy and another on the way home. After returning home and processing the film, it appears that the film wasn't affected. I don't see any fogging, color cast, or banding lines. This was true for Provia 100F, 160S Pro, T-max 100, & Tri-X 320.

    So, it looks like I worried for nothing. I'll post some images when I get around to scanning.
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    Re: London Airport

    voila.
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