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    It'll cost you little to process the rest of the films, but it's not worth risking the unexposed films for anything serious. If they are slower speed they ahve far greater chance of being OK.

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    I developed another 10 rolls from this batch today and not one of them has the X-ray damage. So I guess the selective zooming was very focussed. Still have 11 more rolls to go though.
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    With 120, since there's no metal, I just stuff it in my pockets and go through the metal detector. That way, no x-ray exposure and I don't have to explain what it is and why it can't go through x-ray to some McDonalds reject who works for TSA. Of course anything more than 6-10 rolls (depending on how many pockets I have) and that gets a little tricky.

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    Well I think I would have had a problem as I had about 50 rolls of 120 and 20 35mm Maybe I should get a large hat.
    Mark Tomlinson
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