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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post

    No, it's due to the chemical processes in a battery. Cold weather slows it all down. Basic chemistry.
    Ok, Thanks for clarification.

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    Default Re: will camera work in cold weather or get frozen?

    Quote Originally Posted by shaokenphotos View Post
    I was told in cold weather (around 10 deg or below), battery runs out fast. It's due to the camera needing around 20 deg to function well, and camera takes up more energy from battery to function properly.
    In laymen terms: The charge is still there, it just does not come out. That's what the camera registers as 'battery low'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post

    I use BlackYak and Mammut.
    Thanks for the tip

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