Re: Fogged Film From Airport X-rays

From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2007 - 03:48:24 PST


Freya <email suppressed> wrote: Film has been getting faster. In the past film
has been slower and S8 tended to be Kodachrome which
is both slow and I suspect possibly also less prone to
damage than colour negative. (tho I have no real
evidence for that last wild assumption).
   
  Thanks Freya,
  That's what I'm hoping - maybe not a problem with my ASA 64, reversal, super 8 film.
  John.

  --- john porter wrote:

> In London last Monday I met one of the organizers of
> the annual straight8 festival. He also works in the
> TV industry there, so I asked him about airport
> X-rays.
>
> "Never had a problem so far with xrays. Not
> with super 8 nor with 20 years of travelling with
> 35mm and 16mm commercials rushes."
>
> Any response to this?
> Thanks, John.
>
>
> John Porter, Toronto, Canada
> http://www.super8porter.ca/
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