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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintan
    Its turning winter here already. I've never been happy using gloves, the ones I've used are too thick to use the camera.
    Do what I did - move to Hawaii.
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    I have a pair of wool fishing gloves. The fingertips are removed. They're just fine. If it's really cold my hands just take a brief dive into jacket pockets.
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    Being a snowboarder, I use my spring gloves (aka pipe gloves). They are thin, warm , and have grippy palms and fingers (so you don't drop stuff). http://eternalsnow.com/gloves_sprA.html And if you look at the ones they have here, you can get some in hot pink!!! -Grant

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    I also like those convertible mitten/gloves for cold weather. I've used a couple of varieties but I like the ones sold under the Campmor brand because, unlike some others, the thumb also flips back exposing that rather important opposable digit.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    plenty of options there, thanks to all the posters

    [when not driving] some tea made with a little irish whiskey practically removes the need for gloves for those waiting for dawn moments *lol* but good gloves would be great.

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    Here's the link of the Lowepro gloves:
    http://www.lowepro.com/pages/series/acesory/gloves.htm
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    If you can find them, the best gloves I've found are air force pilot's gloves. (the ones with a metal cuff to lock onto a pressure suit) Just cut off the cuffs and your good to go. They are thin enough and flexible enough to pick up a dime, so there isn't much on a camera you couldn't manipulate with them on.

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