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How to protect the camera in the cold?

In winter, you will need to shoot a lot on the street. Does frost damage the camera? How to protect it if it hurts?
There are 3 answers
Irony
Irony
Answered on November 16, 2014 15:39
The camera itself can not be defended)) Unless not to shoot in severe frost, at minus 30 I would not use a DSLR. Yes, and freeze hands!)) I read that those frost on the camera are so terrible, the only thing to worry about is sudden temperature drops, because the lens may sweat ... and there is still condensation inside the camera, which you won't notice, but it may then reflect on the work, which is sad. If you were shooting in the cold, then before bringing the camera home, remove the batteries and the USB flash drive. Do not warm the camera! Let her depart gradually. Remember, the most important thing - avoid sudden changes in temperature! You need to store the camera in a bag that protects from moisture.
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Lyolik
Lyolik
Answered on November 16, 2014 15:56
Some even put the camera directly from the frost directly to the battery or put it at the heater.
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