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Old 05-09-2019   #41
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I took two rolls of TmaxP3200 out with me to Spain, on the way out scanned in my hand luggage and then kindly hand checked at Girona. Not a trace of fogging now developed.
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Old 05-09-2019   #42
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I took two rolls of TmaxP3200 out with me to Spain, on the way out scanned in my hand luggage and then kindly hand checked at Girona. Not a trace of fogging now developed.
I have Topcon Super D also, I was thinking about putting some film through it.
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I have Topcon Super D also, I was thinking about putting some film through it.
Great camera and lenses. It's about time I shot another roll, but my previous results are superb.
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Just got back from a trip to Poland where the film was x-rayed 4 times, once in the US, three times in Europe. 400 ISO, no problems.

The smaller the ISO the less sensitive it is to the x-rays. I wouldn't worry about it.
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My last two trips were via SFO and Schiphol (Amsterdam). They had the new scanners that look like hospital CT machines with a round entry way. They are supposed to take "many" scans of your luggage at once to form a 3D image so there is no need to remove the laptop etc. In Schiphol they hand checked my roll film. In SFO I had TMY 4x5 sheet film so let them pass through. My processing is backlogged but I'll process them this weekend.
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Just got back from a trip to Poland where the film was x-rayed 4 times, once in the US, three times in Europe. 400 ISO, no problems.

The smaller the ISO the less sensitive it is to the x-rays. I wouldn't worry about it.
In the US they will hand check your film so no need to get it xrayed.
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