Quote Originally Posted by desertratt View Post
I worked for the world's largest newsgathering organization and had pals that shot everywhere -- polar bear country, Sahara desert, swamps in Florida and Vietnam -- and never heard of such a problem. I suspect, however, you need to plan ahead and figure out how to protect your camera equipment. I'd be more worried about water getting inside a lens or a camera body and goofing up the works.
I protected the camera as best I could but everything quickly became saturated.

One of the nice things about an LF Camera is there are almost no works to goof up

Instead I had to slacken the tension screws a fraction as the wood swelled slightly with all that moisture

The lenses never misted either up when I put them somewhere warm to dry out - but getting them that wet for that long isn't something to recommend