Dramatic weather makes for dramatic photos, but you need to protect your camera for the conditions
By Jon Sienkiewicz
Published January 1, 2007
Raindrops on roses—no problem. But rain, snow or condensation on camera equipment can mean disaster. Likewise, low temperatures can impede battery performance, and very low temperatures can impair human performance as well. High temps are hazardous, too—direct sunlight can make black lenses excessively warm and prevent proper operation. It’s safer to stay indoors when the climate becomes extreme.
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