You could refer to your camera manual and specifications, i suppose. They should specify what is the lowest temperature allowed. I don't suppose it should be a big problem, but then, i haven't really tried subjecting my cam under low temp.
the camera can withstand cold but the battery will become inactive... so keep the batteries in a warm place (close to your body) and change them as the ones in the cold become weak... heat them up and they will be ok.
Piece of advise:
remember to put your extra batteries in your laugage when you boarding the plane (to & fro). :nono:
I had an incident where all my extra batteries were kept with me when I boarding the plane coming back to Singapore, the imigration officer in that country confiscated my batteries saying that it has to be shipped seperately.
If u don't want to waste your time in doing all the neccesary paper work, please keep your extra batteries in your laugage.
No leh, when going out from Singapore, no problem. It happens only when I prepare to come back from Kathemandu (Nepal), all batteries were confiscated and ship back seperately. The best thing is, when I reached Singapore, the batteries never take the same flight back!
I had to go to the Airport the second day to collect my batteries.
I don't think so. When I came back and claim back the batteries, there is a guy infront of me coming back from Korea who is also facing the same problem. Batteries were confiscated over at Korea airport and send back to Singapore seperately.