Space Mountain will use not Photopass

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  1. Elise79

    Elise79 Moderator Moderator

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    When Space Mountain reopens it is going to have ride photos that can go onto your Photopass :thumbsup2

    Disney Parks Blog

    It is set to re-open on the 22 November and I can wait to ride it next year it is my favorite attraction :goodvibes

    EDIT: Appartently Disney parks have updated their blog to remove the reference to Photopass - that is really annoying!
     
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  3. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    thanks for posting this!!

    i'm so happy to hear they haven't changed the basic ride...
    i guess that means i'll still be able to ride it....woo hoo!! :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
     
  4. jackieleanne

    jackieleanne DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for that, great to see that this is the case I was wondering when rides other than Test Track would be getting this in place.
     
  5. diddldonna

    diddldonna Disney crazy :)

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    I am afraid that it now says the following on the site :(

    'You should also know that a ride photo system will capture guests during their space flights on Space Mountain. It’ll utilize <del datetime="2009-11-13T19:41:21+00:00"> Disney’s Photopass, </del> a ride photo system allowing you to access, share and purchase photos during and after a visit. (Update: we’ve recently learned that Disney’s Photopass is not being used.)
     
  6. steve76

    steve76 Mouseketeer

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    It's a real shame that it won't be using Photopass. I was looking forward to getting a few on-ride photos to put on my Photopass CD and possibly Photobook. However I'm not going to pay for a single printed photo.

    From what I've seen, the photo is taken at the end of the first tunnel, where you make a sharp turn - really before the ride has begun. Weird.

    I had thought that Disney would be converting some of its existing ride photos over to Photopass. But the fact that they didn't do it on a brand new ride photo system probably means that they're not going to do this now. Along with the reports of many fewer Photopass photographers, I wonder what the future of the system is.
     

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