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Camera Lens fogging - a remedy please


SparkyJack

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On a trans Atlantic voyage to the Carrebean a while ago I exprienced severe fogging of surfaces on my DSLR as we entered the tropics. This prevented many good night shots of jollies on the upper deck.

I am about to do a repeat expertize. Can any of you recommend a suitable remedy?

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northumbria61

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You probably took your camera from an air-conditioned cabin or lounge out into a Caribbean night.

The humid night air found a wonderfully cool object (your camera) on which to condense. The trick is to try to stop the camera getting too cool. Keep it inside a closed case, or/and wrap it in a small towel when you take it inside.

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