According to Kodak airplane travel destroys your digital camera

Started Jul 2, 2011 | Discussions thread
Ron Zimmerman Contributing Member • Posts: 565
Re: Airplane altitudes, gamma levels, and space, the final frontier...

Joseph S Wisniewski wrote:

I bet Kodak's own sensor division is laughing their rears off at this bit of film marketing fluff.

Hummel doesn't work for Kodak, he made a presentation at a convention. A bit of googling turned up some information on the presenter.

"ASC associate member Rob Hummel, a senior vice president at Warner Bros.Studios, edited the 8th edition of the "ASC Film Manual." Hummel is uniquely qualified to edit this book. He began his career working closely with cinematographers in production while a representative of Technicolor Laboratories. He has held positions in visual effects, post-production for Sony, Walt Disney Pictures, Imagineering's Theme Park Productions, Disney and DreamWorks Animation, International Post Production, among others. He is an active member of SMPTE, and serves on the Scientific and Technical Awards Committee of the Motion Picture Academy."

http://www.amazon.com/American-Cinematographer-Manual-8th-Hummel/dp/0935578153
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