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    Many of the international carriers (but not all) limit the weight of carry-on's as I found out on a trip to London recently. It seemed to me that if they thought it might be too heavy (based on size) they would force you to weigh your carry-on. I forget what the limit was on Virgin Atlantic. You should call to see exactly how they decide if something is OK to carry-on. It varies with each airline. I would check the tripod anyway. You can only have 2 carry-on's anyway. I would worry about your camera pack exceeding the limit and there is not much you can do once you are checking in. This is not a TSA or security issue, it's an airline policy issue.

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    And you didn't ask, but I would take a spare ground glass and black opaque gaffer tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Jarosz View Post
    And you didn't ask, but I would take a spare ground glass and black opaque gaffer tape.

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    Got it covered ,thank you!!!

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    Nothing to add except that I'm excited to see the work you bring back. Please post images! Good luck. Shawn

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    Weight would be more of an issue I'd think. Travelling to New Zealand, you're limited to either 7 kg (15 lbs) or 7 lbs, can't remember which and they will make you check it if over the weight restriction, no arguments or no flight.

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