Spencer Cox at Photography Life discusses some of the challenges of using cameras at cold temperatures: lenses fog up, batteries drain faster, and ice and condensation rarely go well with moving and electronic parts. Plus, it’s hard to work controls when you’ve got mittens on—unless, it seems, you’re using a retro camera with dials and buttons, like a Nikon Z fc.
Cameras at Cold Temperatures
Posted on 10 Jan 2022 by Jonathan Crowe Photography
Jonathan Crowe blogs about maps at The Map Room and writes and reviews science fiction and fantasy; his work has been published by AE, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Strange Horizons and Tor.com. He lives in Shawville, Quebec.