Explore opeRate conditions and temperatures Nikon D800


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Exploring operating conditions and temperatures

When you first get a new piece of gear, you are of course very careful with it and you're proud of it, and it's great how clean it looks and all that. Fortunately, that wears off. I say fortunately, because your camera is actually quite durable, and once you get over trying to keep it all pristine, you will be more likely to take it into more shooting conditions. The D800 manual lists its working temperature range as 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. That's 0 to 40 degrees Celsius. Now, while it's a good idea to follow these guidelines, I've also gone beyond them and I've never had any problems.

I am not saying that you can absolutely go into really extreme heat or really deep cold and not have issues, but my experience is that that specified temperature range is a little conservative. Fortunately, the camera will begin to exhibit certain symptoms when you start pushing the limits of its temperature range. If you're in extreme heat, the LCD screen on the back of th...

Exploring operating conditions and temperatures
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Exploring operating conditions and temperatures provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Nikon D800

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