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  1. mcsully

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    I know fans are allowed to bring camera's to the game, but is there a limit to what you can actually bring (telescope lense)?
     
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    i beleive it cant have huge lenses on it.. but ive seen some nice cameras at games.. i just wouldnt bring a whole array of them with you, they will probably have issues with that..
     
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    thanks for the feedback? Is there somewhere I can find a rule for this question?
     
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    http://gillettestadium.com/stadium_information/index.cfm?ac=prohibited_items

    Patron Screening and Prohibited Items

    Gillette Stadium and all staff and agencies that work to provide visitors with a safe environment ask that you cooperate fully with staff and arrive at the gates in ample time prior to the game (at least 60 minutes before kickoff). Everyone who seeks admission into Gillette Stadium must have a ticket (including small children) and must consent to a search of their person and anything they are carrying. By entering Gillette Stadium the ticket holder thereby waives any claims against the NFL, MLS, New England Patriots, New England Revolution, other participating clubs, performers and promoters, and any of their affiliates and agents. Failure to consent to such search will result in denial of entry into the stadium.

    Individuals in possession of a prohibited item(s) may be denied admission to the stadium, ejected, arrested, prosecuted, and may forfeit the privileges of the season ticket holder of record. Prohibited items that are discovered in the stadium will be confiscated. Gillette Stadium and its affiliated clubs, and its agents and affiliated entities are not responsible for injuries sustained in, on, or around the stadium.

    To ensure that all fans have a safe and enjoyable visit to Gillette Stadium, the following items may not be carried into the stadium:

    * Bags of any kind, excluding small hand held purses, and plastic carrier bags carrying purchases made at the ProShop. Contents of these bags will be inspected.
    * Purses larger than an 8 1/2" x 11" x 6" sheet of paper will NOT be allowed into the stadium.
    * Any type of chair or seat other than those approved for persons with accessibility issues.
    * All video cameras are prohibited. Cameras that have detachable lenses are allowed, however, they may be checked to ensure they are what they appear to be.
    * Electrical items such as small transistor radios, small TV monitors, audio recording equipment, cellphones, etc. will be allowed through the gates; however, you may be required to turn on the equipment to ensure it is what it appears to be.
    * Seat cushions will be allowed into the stadium after they have been checked by security.
    * Binoculars will be allowed into the stadium. The binoculars will be checked first to ensure they are what they appear to be, and all binocular cases will be checked.
    * Flags will be allowed access into the stadium; however, flag poles over 2 feet in length will not be allowed (See banner policy below).

    Prohibited Items List:

    * Any alcoholic beverages.
    * Weapons of any kind [including knives].
    * Food or beverages [unless the individual is in possession of a letter signed by Mark Briggs, Vice President of Security and Front of House Operations.]
    * Illegal drugs and any other illegal substance.
    * Coolers or containers, including cans and bottles.
    * Umbrellas.
    * Fireworks or pyrotechnics.
    * Animals, except service animals assisting those with disabilities.
    * Strollers or baby seats.
    * Folding, stand alone, chairs.
    * Noisemakers, bullhorns, air horns
    * Helium balloons, beach balls.
    * Any other item deemed inappropriate by stadium management.

    No prohibited items will be accepted at the stadium for safekeeping. While this may be an inconvenience we are sure you understand the reasoning behind the policy - please leave all such items secured in your vehicle.
    Banner Policy:

    To maintain our image of having the best fans in the NFL and MLS, stadium management reserves the right to approve all banners. In addition, stadium management reserves the right to prohibit banners due to space availability, banner size, interference with other fans, or message content.
     
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    WOW, you rock bro!! Thanks a lot I really appreciate it!
     
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    All the cheerleader threads have gotten to you!
     

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