Industrial Grade Compact Flash Card


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Rashkae

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Hmm.... I might need one of these... Gonna climb a mountain...
 

Lenscapes

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Hope the camera still works at that temperature..:bsmilie:
 

AQVA

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Hope the camera still works at that temperature..:bsmilie:
most probably both the cam and cards r capable to operate at those temperatures but the person behind the camera might not. haha
 

Yatlapball

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Go full manual and film. LOL. Less worries about electronics not working.

I recall there was a thread somewhere by one of the ladies that is going to be on the antarctic(?) arctic(?) everest(?) expedition asking about suitable camera gear for extreme temperatures.
 

Artosoft

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Go full manual and film. LOL. Less worries about electronics not working.

I recall there was a thread somewhere by one of the ladies that is going to be on the antarctic(?) arctic(?) everest(?) expedition asking about suitable camera gear for extreme temperatures.
LadyIce?

Regards,
Arto.
 

cowism

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most probably both the cam and cards r capable to operate at those temperatures but the person behind the camera might not. haha
:bsmilie: Person must be industrial grade also
 

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May I ask people here who ever gone to the place that only 25C below 0C..What did you wear to protect yourself ah? I only go to the place 8C..I already cant stand it although I wear alot of winter coats..I felt unconfortable and hardly move my hand (too tight lah) so unflexible.

If you go to the place -25C,i thinkthe cam still work but don't know how to press the button..Wear gloves thick like 1cm..:(
 

Yatlapball

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Uh. Maybe use shutter release cable? Heh. No problems with that even with your thick gloves on.

I used sealskin(sic) gloves when I was training overseas in winter... With the wet weather, wind chill and all on top of the mountain, maybe about 10 degs or less. Those worked pretty well in keeping the cold out of my hands and still allowed me to feel the trigger on the rifle pretty well.

Not sure if they have a usable application in photography though. Heh.
 

RtOaNn

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Uh. Maybe use shutter release cable? Heh. No problems with that even with your thick gloves on.

I used sealskin(sic) gloves when I was training overseas in winter... With the wet weather, wind chill and all on top of the mountain, maybe about 10 degs or less. Those worked pretty well in keeping the cold out of my hands and still allowed me to feel the trigger on the rifle pretty well.

Not sure if they have a usable application in photography though. Heh.
probably works the same when triggering the shutter, you need the precision.
 

theRBK

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don't think it's out on retail sale yet...so no price info...
 

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most probably both the cam and cards r capable to operate at those temperatures but the person behind the camera might not. haha
even if the person behind the camera can tahan, i think the battery will die v fast, within minutes;)
 

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Go full manual and film. LOL. Less worries about electronics not working.

I recall there was a thread somewhere by one of the ladies that is going to be on the antarctic(?) arctic(?) everest(?) expedition asking about suitable camera gear for extreme temperatures.
film oso will crack one lor...
 

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