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  1. ezrasastry

    ezrasastry TPF Noob!

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    Hi One and All,

    This is how we all get-together with all ideology of being good cameramen.
    I recently came up with a suggestion to buy this model. may I have your suggestion please.

    Nikon D3000 SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-55mm lens.

    Will it be ok for trekking photography in cold places. plz do let me know..

    Thanks,
    Sastry.





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  2. Dominantly

    Dominantly TPF Noob!

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    The Nikon D3000 is a very capable, entry level, D-SLR....
    For the price you can find them at, you cant go wrong. It will be able to take stunning pictures, with some practice.

    As for the question about the cold, the manafacturer states it will operate efficiently at a low temperature of 32 degree f, and a high temp of 104.
    Found here near the bottom of the page.
    Nikon D3000 (with 18mm-55mm lens) specs and Digital camera specifications - CNET Reviews
     
  3. bigtwinky

    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Your problem with shooting in the cold, as long as its not extreme cold where hell is freezing over, is the battery. The battery might freeze on you and your camera will show that there is no more battery power left, which is untrue as its just frozen.

    So having 2 or more batteries is key when shooting in the cold. 1 for the camera, and 1 being warmed up inside your jacket
     

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