Plane and sim­ple

NPhoto - - Over To You … -

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.

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