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Camera use in winter storms?

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Answer #1 | 06/01 2014 07:12
Mostly it's been covered. I'll just add that batteries don't function well for long in extreme cold so you will need spares, preferably kept close to your body for warmth.
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Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 13:13
Put it in a padded pouch with handwarmer packs. Carry clean dry handkerchiefs to wipe off condensation. Carry a spare battery in your pocket. Wear glove liners. That can allow you enough dexterity to handle the camera, and temporarily avert your fingers getting frozen. Think about how you want to compose the picture before deploying that camera, to minimize exposure time. If you pack a tripod, it is best to have one with a quick release plate. Have the plate on the camera in advance. Set up the tripod before deploying the camera from its case. I used the above advice in taking these: http://www.martingrumet.com/canada08jan08-05yellowknife1500.jpg http://www.martingrumet.com/alaska07dec11-03kotzebue2000.jpg http://www.martingrumet.com/alaska17nov10-05barrow2000.jpg http://www.martingrumet.com/yellowknife01-30-2013-02-2000.jpg

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