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1 hour ago, olegn said:

Thanks for the article! I heard that when shooting in a low temperature it's necessary not to open your bag when you come indoors after walking (and wait some time until it get room temperature). Do you know if it's true? 

It is only about condensation. Bring a cold object into a. warm room and it will mist up. Leave  it for ten minutes and. the moisture will clear. This will not harm your camera.

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Snow scenes have been a favorite b/w subject of mine, film (35mm/MF/4x5) and digital.  The biggest obstacle to my using the M Monochrom in such circumstances has been that, since I bought the camera (mint used) two Winters ago,  my travel plans have been curtailed and it has failed to snow locally to any significant degree.  Global warming, and now Covid restrictions this coming season.   :(
 

But nice thoughts and pics nonetheless, Jaap.

Jeff

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