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05-22-2006 08:49 PM
bluepastures
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Incidentally, Roland Garros also don't operate the "one bag only" rule which Wimbledon have. On the last day of my trip to the French open, I always have two bags with me (one rucksack and another medium sized bag) because I'm travelling home in the evening. There's never been any problem.
On the subject of cameras, didn't I read somewhere that most of the big events in the USA (including the US open) don't allow you to use a camera at all?
05-19-2006 08:19 AM
ae wowww
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by ATennisFan
Anyone know if there are restrictions on the type of bags allowed?

Thanks!
What are you hoping to take in !
05-19-2006 01:07 AM
LaTenista
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by ATennisFan
Anyone know if there are restrictions on the type of bags allowed?

Thanks!
Nope, read my above post about their storage service.
05-19-2006 12:01 AM
Baseline
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Anyone know if there are restrictions on the type of bags allowed?

Thanks!
05-16-2006 05:55 AM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by enqvistfan
No, there's no problem, each year, I bring a big camera and I always entered. I know people who have a professional camera (with big zoom) and they can enter. And, when there are a lot of people, they don't have the time to check everyone. The best is to keep it with you and to not let the camera in the bag.


How do you mean? I should take it out of the camera bag?
05-15-2006 10:11 PM
enqvistfan
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

No, there's no problem, each year, I bring a big camera and I always entered. I know people who have a professional camera (with big zoom) and they can enter. And, when there are a lot of people, they don't have the time to check everyone. The best is to keep it with you and to not let the camera in the bag.
05-07-2006 09:39 AM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Yeah, I read about the consignerie I will definitely need it the day I leave
05-06-2006 11:58 PM
LaTenista
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

I spent some time on the website last night, apparently they have a baggage/clothing storage at Roland Garros, 2 euros/day for clothing, 3,50 euros/day for a bag. Might come in handy.
05-06-2006 11:56 PM
LaTenista
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo
Having a view does not imply paying rent And even if so, there is no problem with that and no point in bringing it up
Coo, Andrew mean 'rents = parents, nothing to do with renting a property.
05-06-2006 09:24 PM
ae wowww
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo
Having a view does not imply paying rent And even if so, there is no problem with that and no point in bringing it up

Never suggested there was a problem! That was your assumption it seems..
05-06-2006 03:40 PM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Having a view does not imply paying rent And even if so, there is no problem with that and no point in bringing it up
05-06-2006 12:26 PM
ae wowww
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Quote:
Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo
Zoom lens I think

But I am pretty clueless to all technical stuff. But it zooms really well, cause my mother took some photos from the view from our house and it's great
Ohh, didn't realise you are still living with the rents, Coo?
05-06-2006 08:07 AM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Zoom lens I think

But I am pretty clueless to all technical stuff. But it zooms really well, cause my mother took some photos from the view from our house and it's great
05-05-2006 09:54 PM
joeb_uk
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

Oh thats great! Always nice to see conversion to the slr/dslr boys

300mm Will be superb, especially on the outside/practice courts Is it a 300mm prime lens, or is it a zoom lens e.g. 100-300mm?
05-05-2006 09:51 PM
ae wowww
Re: Camera Guidelines & Restrictions

I know the Aus Open has silly rules about this.

Nice gift you got!
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