Plane and simple
My son is getting married in Italy next year, so I have been getting in lots of practice with my D3200. I have a year’s worth of N-Photo magazines and cannot find any information regarding taking photographic equipment through airports. My concern is what damage, if any, my D3200 sustain when it goes through the scanner. Mick Cronin, Folkestone, England Mick, your camera won’t suffer any damage from being scanned. We’re glad you used the crucial phrase ‘hand luggage’. We recommend keeping all your precious kit in a camera bag and taking it as hand luggage. That way you can be sure it won’t get bashed around by baggage handlers, and you won’t have to worry about it getting sent to the wrong destination or even stolen en route. Use a proper camera bag, as on very full flights passengers sometimes have to put hand luggage in the hold if it’s in minisuitcases, but camera bags stay with their owners.