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ICE and camera use

Discussion in 'Other Florida Parks and Attractions' started by Isafari, Jun 24, 2009.

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    We are going to try ICE at Gaylord Palms this year.
    My question is, will it be safe to use our cameras and camcorder as the exhibit is kept at 9 degrees Fahrenheit / -13 degrees celcius. :unsure:
     
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    I must admit I was expecting problems but it was all perfect :thumbsup:
     
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    If there was damage, could it be permanent damage?
     
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    Well, moisture related damage can be pretty terminal yep. All devices do have a stated operating temperature range so it may be worth checking that out for the devices you have

    Honestly no problem with my kit though, at all. I was quite careful about acclimatising them when I came OUT of the cold though. Left them in the bag and didnt dive straight out in the florida heat etc.
     

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