Upload & Sell: On
Steve Perry wrote:
Of couse, you're right - the camera doesn't feel the windchill temp.
However, I think the wind would cool the camera down to the ambiant air temp much faster the stronger it was blowing. So if it's -20 or something the camera's temp would drop much faster if there was a good wind vs steady conditions.
When I go out, usually at night, I'm out for three, four, five hours or longer at a stretch. It doesn't really matter how long it takes the camera to cool down. Ultimately, it's going to be at ambient temperature. Also, I usually set up out of the wind anyway.
Kent in SD