Discussion in 'Mirrorless Cameras' started by 2jPhoto, Nov 5, 2019.
The OP ain't been on for 10 months. I'd assume he's got it sussed.
Don't put in the freezer or in the boiler and you should be fine.......
Cameras are generally designed to work properly in temperatures (F) from 0 to 120 degrees. Above that and you risk damage and below that and you risk battery failure. In the range you are working within, you should have no issues. Just don't keep it in your car in the baking sunlight.
Sometimes you win sometimes you lose. The manufacturers are simply giving you guide lines. I personally carried 2
Nikon F's through nearly daily exposure to rain, heat, vibration (helicopter) and both still worked. Both of course, totally mechanical.
I'm sure your rig will survive, no problem. I do recommend carry spare battery in inside shirt pocket for warmth.
As was stated at the top of this page, this is an old thread.
We're photographers, not Necromancers.
Let the thread die.
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