According to Kodak airplane travel destroys your digital camera

Started Jul 2, 2011 | Discussions thread
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Re: Kodak is just desperate to preserve film sales

I can't say for sure, but it sure seems that that was all Kodak was trying to do, was to say anything to keep film alive. If it is such a problem, then why haven't we heard more of digital camera damage from people who have flown hundreds of times with their digital cameras in airplanes? We know, if there's any slightest problem with our digital camera, we are bound to hear about it.

Some people get overly upset when they find just one dead pixel, never mind about larger extensive gamma ray damage. I'm truly skeptical of what Kodak was claiming in that presentation. I mean there might be some damage possible, but it doesn't appear to be a great problem...not as great as people might have been led to believe.

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