If you are new to photography, you may be in for a big surprise the first time you vacation in a warm, humid climate such as the Caribbean or Southeast Asia.
We’ve all become accustomed to air conditioning as a creature comfort, and most locations offer this amenity.
However, keeping your camera gear comfortable in that cozy hotel room can wreak havoc when you decide to take it outside for some shooting.
A camera body and lens’s metal components will begin to form condensation when moved from an air-conditioned location to a warm, humid environment.
Depending on the situation, this condensation can take up an hour to dissipate, and you will be unable to shoot pictures during that process.
Our free guide this week is written by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Kevin lives in Thailand, which is a sweltering and humid climate.
He has some tips for you on how to keep that gear functional in hot, humid weather.
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Photo Credit: Kevin Landwer-Johan