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I am not sure if this is the right section to put this under, but seemed most appropriate. Please feel free to move if there is a better spot.

How do you protect your camera when shooting in bad weather such as snow or rain? I know most of the pro and "semi-pro" bodies have a certain amount of weather resistance. Even not in bad weather, but just general outdoors where it might get splashed?

One thing I would like to do in the future is be out on the lake in a canoe or kayak and be able to take pictures, but also do not want to destroy a camera. Getting to and from a place, there is always a Pelican case. Setting up to take a great picture of a waterfall or other feature from the lake might be nice.

Currently I have a Nikon D7100 and am looking at purchasing a D850 soon.

 


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