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    Re: Lake Baikal in the Winter

    Thank you for sharing, Swami.
    I have one question: how did you manage the films check at the airport security? Were you able to have your precious films hand checked or they have to pass trough the x-ray scanner?
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    Re: Lake Baikal in the Winter

    Great to hear comments and solutions!

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    Re: Lake Baikal in the Winter

    ...would love to see some pix - when you get a chance!

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    Re: Lake Baikal in the Winter

    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto Nania View Post
    Thank you for sharing, Swami.
    I have one question: how did you manage the films check at the airport security? Were you able to have your precious films hand checked or they have to pass trough the x-ray scanner?
    Roberto,

    It was a bit of a mixed bag. I put my film boxes in the domke x-ray bags and managed to have them handchecked half the time and the rest of the times they went through in the domke bag. I honestly didn't worry too much about it. Given that all of my film on this trip was 160 or 100 speed.

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    Re: Lake Baikal in the Winter

    Quote Originally Posted by Swami View Post
    Roberto,

    It was a bit of a mixed bag. I put my film boxes in the domke x-ray bags and managed to have them handchecked half the time and the rest of the times they went through in the domke bag. I honestly didn't worry too much about it. Given that all of my film on this trip was 160 or 100 speed.

    Cheers
    Thank you.

    I got issues with 800iso HP5 with few airport scans, visible in the low density areas. I though that it could be worst with sheet film since it is usually stored in cardboard boxes, while 35mm is at least inside its metal canister. Anyhow, good to know about the Domke x-ray bag.
    A good picture requires taking risks

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