Users can take photos of library documents with their own cameras if they keep to the following rules:
- You cannot take photos of documents published before 1850, but digitalising can be ordered by users.
- You can take photos of documents published after 1850 if you have a written permission of the librarian and under his control.
- The user makes a written statement that the copy will be used only to a scientific research, study, or for personal use with respect for the copyright. It won't be used publicly.
- Buying a photo ticket is neccessary. Daily photo ticket is available at the Circulation Desk. It costs 1000 HuF. (The ticket is valid with the receipt.)
- Taking photos is possible only at predetermined places of the library to avoid disturbing others. (In Kenézy Life Sciences Library this place is the Copy Service, during its opening hours.)
- Librarian can refuse digital photocopying if the protection of the document requires so. If digitalising is possible (depending on the physical condition of the document), the user can request it.
- Maximum dpi is 300.
- Flash use is prohibited!
- If the document got damaged during digital photocopying, user has to pay for reconditioning.