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Cannon t2i Weather conditions!?
Think i'll be fresh if I take my new cannon t2i with a fisheye out this season for skiing to film some crisp footage? Will it handle the conditions, or does the camera suck cock, and not handle it?
obviously just don't take it in the rain and heavy snow. You probably won't want to drop it either
I've used my t2i in 0 degree weather, rain (that wasn't falling hard but got me soaked after 2 runs), and heavy snow and it was a champ in every situation. I do believe that constantly wiping snow or rain off the camera as frequently as you can while your filming with is a good idea.
I know that Mr. Start has shot in blizzards in heavy rain with his T2i and has had no problems.
I also have shot in pretty harsh snowfalls and had no problems. I ended up getting my entire camera iced over though which was kinda sketch. But I've had no problems. Worst comes to worst, Carry a plastic bag (or a rain cover if you're baller) just in case you wanna slap it on your cam to play it safe
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