Ugh! I know... its another flying thread. BUT! I've done my research. I just want to make sure that I understand this correctly.
I was just reading all the rules here:
So because my film is 400 and 100, if it happens to go through the X-Ray machine, say because I still have 34 exposures left in the camera, the X-Ray machine will NOT hurt it correct? I'm planning on requesting hand inspection for my zip lock bag of film, but I'm going to have to put the cameras through.The X-ray machine that screens your carry-on baggage at the passenger security checkpoint will not affect undeveloped film under ASA/ISO 800
The reason that I posted another thread on flying is because at the top of the TSA page it says this:
... which is a direct contradiction to the first statement. Will it hurt it the first time, or does it take 5 times or more to affect undeveloped film?Never place undeveloped film in your checked baggage, our security equipment used for screening checked baggage will damage your undeveloped film.