When the temperatures drop well below Zero, its important to dress for the weather.
Not only myself, but taking care not to create moisture in my camera!
I must admit, I think its worth getting out doors into the cold for some of the more wintery pictures.
If you've ever tried to rush out and snap some pictures - only to find that your own breath is steaming up the lens! haha.. I've had moments where I was holding my breath in order to get some images.
a great rule of thumb is to put your camera in the vehicle when you go to 'warm it up'...that way the camera gear has a chance to change from house temperature to a slightly cooler temp of the vehicle while gradually easing into the drop temps.
same goes for end of session - when you go to warm up your vehicle, put your gear in, the heat of the vehicle will gradually warm up the gear. Hopefully saving you from condensation build up.
I have been fairly fortunate to not have my camera gear get wet from cold to hot environments....
Dropping it into a lake tho...thats a whole other issue.
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