Quote Originally Posted by Peltigera View Post
The expansion/contraction of parts left in the car will be much slower than when you take a warm camera straight out into the frost. Or when you bring that now frozen camera back into a warm house. So I would think any harm would be less than keeping the camera in the house and subjecting it to sudden temperature changes.
Thanks, yea that's what I was thinking, I guess now it's just up to the battery issue. I just always want to have my camera with me, but I like to have different cameras with me, but carting them in and out of the car back and forth is a pain...

Unless anyone else disagrees I think thats the answer.

However, what about REALLY cold temperatures, like when it gets severely cold or severely hot, then is there more danger?