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November 19, 2008

Chilly Willy: How to Winterize Your Digital Camera

olympus_1050SW.jpgHeed this post, folks! PC World has been kind enough to write up a great list of dos and don'ts that will preserve your digital camera this winter season. If you're skiing, bumbling around in hockey rinks or just sneaking around in the snowflakes, you'll want to take this advice to heart. For extra protection, you can consider the Olympus 1050 SW ($243), an incredibly durable camera that's good to 14˚F.

1. Keep your batteries and camera warm.
2. Don't breathe on the lenses to clean them.
3. Don't shock your camera into condensation with a big indoor temperature shift.

See the full article from PC World here.

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Posted by Susan Moriarty at November 19, 2008 10:54 AM
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