Camera policies vary by event, are determined solely at the discretion of the show and are subject to change. Scottrade Center defines professional lens cameras as a camera with a lens greater than 200 mm. A camera with a lens greater than 200 mm will never be permitted at Scottrade Center. Cameras with a detachable lens are prohibited. For most concerts, still, digital and video cameras are not permitted. For Blues games, most other sporting events and family shows, still cameras are permitted but video cameras are prohibited. Unauthorized or prohibited photography of an event may result in film or videotape being confiscated by show representatives. In all cases, the resale of photography or video is strictly prohibited. For details regarding the camera policy for a specific event, please call 314-622-5400.
This is true, however, i will say that i have gotten mine in there...in the leg pocket of my cargo shorts, not a camera bag.
Funny thing is i didn't know about this rule at that time and i was sitting in the fourth row on the corner (which is why i brought it) and nobody said anything to me.
I wasn't taking pictures the whole game, just got a few (probably between a dozen and two dozen) so very possible that nobody saw me.
Probably a fluke experience, but if you're sneaky enough...
and what is the worst thats going to happen? you will get kicked out (maybe, which would suck) and they might take your memory card, so just bring a small one that you usually don't use.
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