You are here: Re: Shooting in cold weather conditions? « Video Production « DVD MP3 AVI MP4 players codecs conversion help
Re: Shooting in cold weather conditions?

Posted by Jim on 12/29/07 17:31

"Jacques E. Bouchard" <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
> I'm planning to shoot some short outdoor scenes in late February up here
> in
> Canada (Montreal) and I would like to get the advice of experienced
> videographers who've done this. My XL-1s is rated to operate above 4 deg.
> Celsius (about 39 F), but Feb. weather can be expected to drop to -10 C
> (14
> F) barring a cold snap. I don't want to invest in a pricey heated case
> unless I have to, and I have enough batteries to cover the short shoot
> even
> with power drain due to cold, so what temperatures can the XL-1 really
> take
> in real-world situations?
> Thanks for your advice.
> jaybee

The heated sports patches you can buy at the drug store make a great source
of just enough heat to keep your gear safe at times.
They maintain their heat for a couple hours. Activate them, then wrap them
in a paper towel and put them in the case around your camera.
Also very handy to keep in your pockets for warming up the zoom hand.



[Reply to this message]

Удаленная работа для программистов  •  Как заработать на Google AdSense  •  статьи на английском  •  England, UK  •  PHP MySQL CMS Apache Oscommerce  •  Online Business Knowledge Base  •  IT news, forums, messages
Home  •  Search  •  Site Map  •  Set as Homepage  •  Add to Favourites
Разработано в студии "Webous"