I just came back from a fantastic time in Thailand for their Songkran Festival and got totally drenched during many hours of having buckets or water tossed on my back and pressure water guns blasting from all directions! (even got ambushed outside my hotel- this 4 wheel drive slowly snuck up behind me and another Asian couple 3 metres in front of me, then BAM! all three of us got hit at the same time! *insert swear words!* hehehe)
But back to the topic at hand. What do you peeps use or do when you know it's going to get wet?
For me, there was zero problem. I hooked up my Pentax k-5 with the Pentax 18-135mm and both are WR- weather resistant. Just take camera out and use like normal- no casing or wrapping needed. During a 2 hour continuous soaking I took over 350 photos. Sure, there were water droplets on the outside of the lens glass (no towels- everything wet!) so you could see this in the photos, but everything worked great and still does. Only negative was slight condensation under LCD so I've sent in for warranty repair.
I saw one guy- he was using a Canon and had a clear plastic bag covering all of his camera except the very front of the lens, which he had "sealed" with a rubber band.
So- do tell! How do you protect your dslr?
And for anyone who has not gone to Thailand for Songkran- do it at least once in your life- it's fun! Totally recommended!