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    Quote Originally Posted by David Brown
    I just stay indoors. :rolleyes:
    I agree, Studio photography can be very rewarding, especially when the outdoor temps dip below freezing
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unohuu
    Ditto the layers, liners and chemical handwarmers. Those warmers actually help with the batteries in the cameras as well. Luke- MN
    Cameras have batteries?? Wow, the next thing you know, they will have cameras that don't need film.
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    NO, Robert, those will not be cameras, they will be digital imaging devices. Not to be confused with cameras. KIOT Luke
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    Quote Originally Posted by unohuu
    NO, Robert, those will not be cameras, they will be digital imaging devices. Not to be confused with cameras. KIOT Luke


    I was recently in a room taking pictures along with two professional photographers (both shooting digital); as I was shooting my F5 I explained to them that "someone needed to bring a camera" - needless to say, they didn't appreciate the comment.
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    All these high-tech solutions...

    Sheepskin mitts - with the fur on the inside.
    Wood tripod.
    Camera with big knobs that can be operated with the mitts on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    All these high-tech solutions...

    Sheepskin mitts - with the fur on the inside.
    Wood tripod.
    Camera with big knobs that can be operated with the mitts on.
    What about electric gloves? I had them at the ski resort, and they had leather palms for good grip. The batteries last all day long. My daughter conviently forgot them someplace the one time she borrowed them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    What about electric gloves?
    Don't know - I've never tried them. Do they have a built-in cellphone?

    I know from experience that sheepskin (with fur on the inside) will keep your fingers functional for more than four hours at -40°C (at that time I was handling a gun, not a camera). How well do electric gloves work when the batteries run out?
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    Go to this site dermatone.com Have used this stuff being a Iron Worker and you no the weather we work in, click on tins and the numbers are 2208-2207 and there is one in the Stick section for face and lips, it works.

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