Operating the D100 in very cold temp's
I read in the manual that care must be taken when moving the D100 from warm area to cold. I live in Michigan, it is 18.3 F at the moment and I want to take some photos outside. Will I have any trouble carting it outside for a walk?
#1. "RE: Operating the D100 in very cold temp's" | In response to Reply # 0Cmyers Basic MemberSun 23-Feb-03 01:58 PM
I use a Fuji S2 pro (based on the same N80 body as the D100) and although it uses different batteries than yours, I've had no problems moving in and out of very cold weather with it.
Condensation upon returning to warmth is my only concern but so far after 20 or 30 trips (into the - F temps) so good.
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#2. "RE: Operating the D100 in very cold temp's" | In response to Reply # 1nick p Registered since 28th Jun 2002Sun 23-Feb-03 02:47 PM
i have had my d100 out at as low as single digits f and it worked perfectly. i was told to keep the camera in a zipped bag when you bring it back in so that it warms up slowly to avoid condensation. remember to keep your spare battery in your pants pocket to keep it warm, but so far i have'nt used up a battery even in very cold temps for up to 3 hours.
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