|04-30-2012, 11:42 AM||#16|
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Boston, MA
There was an earlier thread on this topic: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2710202
Here's what I wrote about dealing with the problem:
I encountered problems with cold lenses fogging on my recent FL/WDW vacation. Here's how I tackled it:
1. I left my empty camera bag in the trunk of the rental car overnight. The cold insulated bag would otherwise keep the cold lenses from warming up.
2. When I left my room to get my morning coffee, I'd bring my camera and put my two other lenses in the pockets of my shorts to come up to temperature.
3. We raised the thermostat in the room so it was still comfortable without being refrigerated.
4. If I was driving somewhere, I'd keep the camera bag and lenses in the un-airconditioned trunk of the car.
This greatly reduced the amount of time it took for my gear to come up to ambient temperature and resolved the lens fogging issue.
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2000 CBR, 2004 FQ, 2004 Beach Club, 2008 & 2011 Coronado Springs (and off site at Caribe Royale)
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|04-30-2012, 02:54 PM||#17|
I am subscribing to this thread just so I can see your shirt
I like those water proof containers that hang around my neck on a lanyard
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: On our way Home
Thank you Adam
I didn't find that other thread when I tried to search before posting this so I will go over and have a read anyway.
You have all been so helpful and I really appreciate everyone's time taken to post here with your experiences and suggestions
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