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Old 01-22-2010, 12:08 AM   #1
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Default Tips in the rain

I'm hoping Travis contributes to this, he in my opinion does excellent in the less than ideal weather conditions category. My question is simply this, for those of you who shoot in the rain/snow, more-so rain, how do you keep your equipment dry? I've heard things such as cutting out a hole the size of the lens opening in a baggie or a grocery bag and fitting a hood somehow over the opening to keep it in place. Any other ideas? Sunny days in SW Pennsylvania are scarce, and the railroad doesn't stop when it rains. I'm all for the moody weather type shots anyways. Sun's nice, but like I said, RR doesn't stop when it rains. Thanks in advance.


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