Tip #15: Maintain a Consistent Temperature for Your Equipment
Working in the outdoors means you will be moving in and out of a car or coming outside from indoors. This temperature change from warm to cold or even from dry to humid can cause your camera lens to fog up. And excessive fogging can lead to moisture in your camera.
Prevent the fog by allowing your camera to gradually cool down. Keeping your camera in a cooler in the car is one option. I move my gear into the backpack and then travel around outside before bringing it out of the bag. And once the camera is cooled down, do the same techniques if you will go back outside - don't let the camera warm back up too much.
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