why must bring cheaper equipment?Dun forget the weather seal doesn't protect the exposed screws, etc...
Be careful with the sea spray, they can be very fine. If it's a few day trip, I'd suggest you go with something less expensive. Dun forget, you should be packing gear which may be lost if you do meet with any mishaps (touch wood though)
My fren just lost a few thousand dollars worth of fishing gear when a poor condition ferry capsized. Lucky all of them escaped safely.
Up to you...why must bring cheaper equipment?
eg. a biz man have a $10million boat, but scare to be damage from floating woodens logs out at sea, leave the boat in the dock, whats the point?
you should leave your D200 in the dry box at home.hi guys,
thinking of bringing my cam to a fishing trip, but that would mean sea water environment although will minimize contact with sea spray....
any tips for caring about the d200? should i bring a dry box along?
if the boat sink, all will be lost, its on the sea, dangers are sure there, boats are design to float, but they will also sink ma.Up to you...
But if I'm going for a fishing trip and not a photography trip, why should I bring high end equipment along?? :dunno:
Your choice, I'm just telling you the dangers involved and if you like to take risks, go ahead.
Go ahead then...if the boat sink, all will be lost, its on the sea, dangers are sure there, boats are design to float, but they will also sink ma.
Keep well away from water or salt spray, unless you have a weather-proof or water-proof covering. A good wipe and cleaning of lens element would be ideal, do not wipe the lens directly. Allow the cleaning solution to dissolve any possible salt and let it dislodge to the side, else you may risk a scratch.but anyways worries about the boat sinking aside, whats the general care for it?
i.e, wipe with a damp cloth after the trip, etc, etc...