09-30-2020, 07:41 AM
(09-30-2020, 05:20 AM)Rover Wrote: Somehow I wandered back into this thread and now I know when you absolutely need to shoot in the rain (and thus sealing is a good idea)... when rain is the subject. I know I need photos like that from time to time so that we at the editorial office have something to illustrate news concerning weather and whatnot.
Surely I'd be happy to be shooting rain from a safe office window - and lord knows I have - but unfortunately it doesn't always work this way.
A unique camera was Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof and shockproof, freeze proof
Whenever Nikon have innovative ideas, they always find a way to blow things up.....
dunno why MFT don't make waterproof cameras ?
Look at the sales of Olympus TG6....
I think a waterproof camera is a must have, all manufacturers have a tiny cheap one, and I don't see any reason why not to get one.
This summer my Fuji XP90 was practically my most used camera, it's the only one I can take to the pool and beach with me