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  • Taking video camera on a Coaster

    If I take my video to six flages were the safe place to put with out getting a locker
    I have a problem with dyslexia, but if you will please bear with me, I would love to participate in the conversations here at MiceChat. Thanks for your understanding! - Matthttp://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo[URL=http://www.youtube.com/user/MrDisneylandfan4ever?feature=mhumfeature=mhum#p/u"]http://www.youtube.com/user/matt4mickey123?feature=mhum#p/u[/U- Mattšoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šoš šo[disneyland repctive of the wedsday show dca eathen brithday 282 by mickeyfan4ever1234, on Flickr

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    Re: Taking video on a Coaster

    Six Flags doesn't allow ANY loose articles on their coasters, and they don't allow video taping on their coasters.

    On many of the rides you can put your bag on the loading platform while you ride, but you are taking the risk of getting your stuff stolen if you do that. The park is not responsible for anything you get stolen.

    In fact, I noticed a few weeks ago that on most rides they are not enforcing the locker role (even on X2) and allowing people to clutter the station with their stuff.

    Not sure if this was only because the park wasn't busy or what but I only used a locker on Tatsu, Scream and Riddlers.

    My advice, save up a few dollar bills and get a locker on the rides that allow them.

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    • #3
      Re: Taking video camera on a Coaster

      Originally posted by mickeyfan4ever View Post
      If I take my video to six flages were the safe place to put with out getting a locker
      In a secured (zippered, for example) pocket, or with a non-riding member of your party.

      Otherwise, use the all day lockers, or the $1 short-term lockers. You aren't going to have your camera out & rolling while on the ride (unless you want to get yourself ejected, and/or lose your camera) so there's no loss in using them.

      "Who among you is wise and understanding? Let him show by his good behavior his deeds in the gentleness of wisdom." -- James 3:13

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      • #4
        Re: Taking video camera on a Coaster

        Originally posted by PeoplemoverMatt View Post
        In a secured (zippered, for example) pocket, or with a non-riding member of your party.

        Otherwise, use the all day lockers, or the $1 short-term lockers. You aren't going to have your camera out & rolling while on the ride (unless you want to get yourself ejected, and/or lose your camera) so there's no loss in using them.
        i dont am going to take it at all ill have my phone as crammra
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        • #5
          Re: Taking video camera on a Coaster

          You may also just ask permission of the ride attendant if you can take the camera with you. You can videotape also if they allow you to. As long as the ride attendant says it is OK, then you can do it.
          "And yes, we implore EVERYBODY to follow the park rules. Having off-ride footage is great, but any still photo's or video's taken ON the coasters at SFMM are strictly against the rules. They are there for your (and everybody's) safety." "Six Flags doesn't allow ANY loose articles on their coasters, and they don't allow video taping on their coasters. " BUT, "​ This is not true. Six Flags does not allow ANY On-Ride video or pictures on the rides. The ONLY way is if you get explicit permission from Park Management." ???

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          • #6
            Re: Taking video camera on a Coaster

            Originally posted by TacAlert View Post
            You may also just ask permission of the ride attendant if you can take the camera with you. You can videotape also if they allow you to. As long as the ride attendant says it is OK, then you can do it.
            This is not true. Six Flags does not allow ANY On-Ride video or pictures on the rides. The ONLY way is if you get explicit permission from Park Management (as we got on the last day Log Jammer was open).

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