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You didn't link to any specific product but from what I can find by googling "650d silicone case" those products provide no water/dust protection whatsoever. The big opening in the camera that let dust/water in are, in order of importance: The lens mount The battery door Various connectors (USB etc.) Buttons and dials Any case that only covers some of ...


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Nikon rates both of these cameras down to 0C (32° F). In fact, both manuals even warn that the battery many be damaged if used outside of the operating range (although I suspect that over 40C/104° F is really more risky). You can probably push it, especially if you take precautions, but do be prepared for (probably temporary) equipment failure. See How is ...


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My gut feeling tells me there can't be any considerable difference in the cold weather handling of these two cameras. The battery in D3200 is the same EN-EL14 that was already in D3100, released in August 2010. Nikon D3300 uses a new version of this battery, EN-EL14a, which otherwise is the same but has slightly higher capacity. This has been achieved with ...


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I have tried this myself. Difference to long-term storage of unexposed film is obvious. Controlled purposeful freezing is far from what happens in a garage or open attic during a year of ever-changing weather. Weather is a problem, not the cold temperature alone. In a normal Canadian winter and spring the temperatures go repeatedly below freezing point and ...


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1) Don't point it at the sun directly and you should be fine. They are designed for outdoor use. 2) The camera will be much more vulnerable to dust while using it than when away in any kind of bag, you should adequately protect it from dust and leave that protection in place while in a highly dusty environment. 3) Be ready to send your camera in for ...


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I live in South America, in Uruguay, where our heat during summer is around 36C up to 42 C (rare but this year we are having a heat wave). I have used my Canon 60D with heat, and left it in my car for a short time, around half an hour, I covered it with some clothing, yeah it sounds stupid, nothing happened to it. What's more dangerous than heat, in our ...


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The greatest benefit from including silica gel in your camera bag is to keep the inside of the bag dryer than the outside air when stored at room temperatures that tend to be fairly moist for long periods of time. If you bring your cameras in from a cold environment, particularly sub-freezing temperatures and then bag them in a warm, moist environment ...


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1) Direct sunlight and the resulting heat can have an effect on the performance of camera systems while it is heated to a higher than designed temperature, but rarely has any lasting effect once the gear has cooled back down. I have personally experienced problems with gear that had been heated by direct exposure to intense mid-day sunlight. Once the camera ...



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