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TWoodsHow are you getting so much condensation?
If you're talking about shooting in winter, what you do is this - take camera in and out of bag only when you're shooting. After you get home, don't take it out of the bag until it's slowly warmed up over a couple hours. NEVER take it out of the bag in the lodge if you stop for lunch / snack midway through a cold or snowy day.
I've never had issues with condensation so long as I follow this process. I've never had any moisture damage my camera, and I've definitely gotten several bodies totally covered in snow and rain before.
ZennanNo I don't get that much condensation, more so I guess if it's snowing, or raining if I'm not skiing and I'm shooting in the rain, and I have the camera out, water can melt on it or whatever and end up creating a little bit of a moisture bubble inside my camera. I guess I just am trying to treat it with to much care and a little bit of snow fall or rain won't really do crap is what I am getting at. Ok thanks my man!