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Camera storage low temperature limits

jec6613

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"RE: Camera storage low temperature limits"

jec6613 Registered since 12th Feb 2013
Wed 27-Mar-13 12:21 AM

>So, according to the pilot, the cargo area is climate
>controlled. Just FYI. ERJ 200 Regional Jet.

If it's a jet, the cabin and hold are pressurized and mostly climate controlled - certainly within the limits of the cameras.

Nikon specifies (using the D7100 as an example):

Operating Environment 0–40 °C (+32–104 °F)

For electronics, that means when powered off anything from 0-140 °F, with non-condensing humidity, should be more than fine. If you're worried, pack it with silica gel.

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