Hi everyone! I woke up this morning with a thought/concern and was wondering if you could help me with it. (I hope this makes sense...Here goes...) I was wondering about the condensation that you get on your camera lens when it's really hot and humid. (I live in Utah, so it's never been an issue. However, on a trip to Kentucky last summer I ran into this problem several times--total bummer) We have a trip scheduled to Disney in June and was wondering a couple of things: First: Can the condensation damage your lens? Second: How do you "deal" (for lack of a better term) with it? Can you just wipe off the condensation, and if so, with what--microfiber? Or do you wait it out until the camera "adjusts" (again, for lack of a better term) to the outside temperature before you start taking pictures? Thanks for any help with this. I am very new to the whole DSLR thing. My husband got me a T2i for our anniversary and is going to get me a new lens (18-135 yay!) for Mother's Day, and I'd hate to mess the thing up.