prmolina

prmolina

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On Pentax launches WG-3 and WG-3 GPS waterproof cameras article (66 comments in total)
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prmolina: The "tough" cameras I've seen are for Freezebabies:
14 F is just not tough enough for routine cold in the Upper Midwest of the US. Adventure cameras have been stuck there for too long while manufacturers are infatuated with other specs. Those of us who routinely leave the house up here need something tougher, let alone for weinter adventuring. Give us something to use when we go ice skating, snowmobiling, xc skiing, snowshoeing, winter camping, winter carnivals, innertubing, ice sculpting, winter walks, shoveling, polar plunges, ice fishing and fercristsake just day in day out activities. For those of us who know and love winter, 14 F just doesn't really cut it.

I wonder how cars do it. They have all kinds of electronic gimcracks in them now like backup cameras and display screens. Mine showed 13 below when I started it this morning, radio still blaring away.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 1, 2013 at 19:01 UTC
On Pentax launches WG-3 and WG-3 GPS waterproof cameras article (66 comments in total)

The "tough" cameras I've seen are for Freezebabies:
14 F is just not tough enough for routine cold in the Upper Midwest of the US. Adventure cameras have been stuck there for too long while manufacturers are infatuated with other specs. Those of us who routinely leave the house up here need something tougher, let alone for weinter adventuring. Give us something to use when we go ice skating, snowmobiling, xc skiing, snowshoeing, winter camping, winter carnivals, innertubing, ice sculpting, winter walks, shoveling, polar plunges, ice fishing and fercristsake just day in day out activities. For those of us who know and love winter, 14 F just doesn't really cut it.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 30, 2013 at 18:40 UTC as 11th comment | 3 replies
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