GibJock wrote in post #18526997
Remember to keep your gear warm, not sure at what temp a shutter/mirror would freeze. Plenty of batteries and CF cards too Maureen.
You actually want to do the opposite. . You want to keep your gear cold.
When you're outside shooting the gear gets cold (obviously). . Then, if it comes into a warm vehicle or building, it will fog up on the inside of the lens and this internal fog will take hours and hours to go away. . So you want to make sure that once your gear gets cold, it stays cold. . When you bring it back into a warm area, it is best to wrap it in a coat or something to keep it from warming up.
Shutters and mirrors don't freeze up in normal winter temperatures. . I've used my Canon gear at 20 below zero and had no problems whatsoever. . I'm sure others have used gear in much colder temperatures and never had any problems either. . In fact, my friend who lives near Prince George, BC, regularly goes out shooting in 30 and 40 below, and has never mentioned anything about gear malfunctions.
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