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That xray application is not real, it has video clip installed that make it looks like real. The real xray machine needs radiation to scan the internal organ of a human body. Don't be fooled and don't waste your money for that application.
one thing is to make sure that that ps3 is set to the right setting for display it might be set to HD or RCA but you need to make sure it is set right.there is a way to reset the display only with out seeing it but i don't rember it you can find in on sonys web site
Your film, maybe. Some sources say that you'd have to run your film through -many- Xray machines to even begin to fog it, but many traveling photographers say they've had film fogged or ruined this way.
Better to have them physically inspect your film rolls. Just tell them you have film and don't wish to run the risk of it being fogged, and would they please manually inspect it.
Your camcorder, highly unlikely.
FYI, some photographers were puttting their film in lead bags. But some airports have Xray machines that step up the power if they cannot see through something, resulting in guaranteed fogged film.