photo shooting during winter


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blomqvist

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Hi all bro & sis

anybody have any experiences shooting during winter.
temperature -10° ~ 3°.
is there any special gadgets that we need to protect our DSLR camera ?

I read from my user manual, the camera can stand up to 0° only,...what happen if below that ??....any protector that can protect the camera while shooting?
 

dw2chan

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i think your camera can withstand more than that. i have a 400d and i've shot below 0 a ton of times (i'm from canada). my camera isnt dead yet. no need for anything special....maybe a spare battery as the cold will shorten your battery life. but if you're desparate you could just warmup the battery and stick it back in.

 

coolman

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I have a friend going to China, expected weather to be -10 to -18 degree, she do not have a camera, and intended to buy the Panasonic FX-33 as its small, light and easier to use for a lady, just need to use the IA mode and forget abt other features. Do you think its wise to buy a new camera to bring to such extreme weather?
 

zoossh

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I have a friend going to China, expected weather to be -10 to -18 degree, she do not have a camera, and intended to buy the Panasonic FX-33 as its small, light and easier to use for a lady, just need to use the IA mode and forget abt other features. Do you think its wise to buy a new camera to bring to such extreme weather?
i dun think whether new or old makes the difference for the weather.
 

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