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16th of January 2006 (Mon), 11:51
Hi! Can you recommend good photo gloves? With wind shielding (wind trap) and maybe some rubber grip on fingers inside to get a good feeling of buttons?
I've read that a good way to go is buying biking gloves from Specialized or SixSixOne. Thanks for any hints.
16th of January 2006 (Mon), 12:05
You might also consider gloves that are worn for canoeing and kayaking. You can get them at Gander Mountain or similar sporting good stores. Just a thought.
16th of January 2006 (Mon), 14:12
I have a thin pair from EMS. Thin enough to sasily control the camera buttons, rubber tips for traction, good to about 20°F. I got a pair of "shells" - just X-Large waterproof lightly insulated gloves, really - for the very cold times when you don't need to control the camera.
16th of January 2006 (Mon), 20:48
I Shot the Chicago Bear - Atlanta Falcon football game in December in Chicago at Soldiers field and it was like 12 degrees BELOW ZERO!! I wore a pair of Football wide receiver gloves, and they did the job while I was shooting! Nice grip on the camera.
Damn I'm getting cold again just thinking bout that night!!
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