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  1. the.txaster

    I just came back from a trip to HK, and personally I think to avoid the risk of film being ruined through the x-ray machine, I would actually buy film after arriving there since film is not that hard to find in HK. On the Kowloon side, there are a few stores (I got mine at Dot-Well), and I passed by a store selling film on Stanley Street at Central too. Coming back from HK, the security is very willing to hand-check film if you ask for it (regardless of ISO). I managed to bring back a roll of Portra 800 and pushed B&W film without having to run them through security scanners. Just my two cents. 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing your thought, last month i flew to India, i brought all my film in my bag including E6 & ECN2 film. Unfortunately, Delhi metro & most of Indian train station are using x-ray gates. I tried to enter by hand check but they refuse and my bag got scan every time i took the metro. But the plot twist is my film are safe, cause i dont use higher iso than 400.

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