Posted by Jacques E. Bouchard on 12/30/07 22:29
"Jim" <jimmy AT hotmail.com> wrote in
> 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.
Those are the kind of cases ($200+) I'd like to avoid buying for using only
once. I was wondering whether there might not be an alternative for
shooting what amounts to be 30 seconds of video with a simple set-up (one
camera, one mic, no lights), like maybe keeping the camera in its hard case
with heat packs, and taking it only to shoot for a few minutes at a time.
Is that doable in -10C weather?
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