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  1. So just what the heck DO you do (for photography, that is) in the winter when it's constantly gray and gloomy as all hell and there's not much foliage on plants and you don't have the coin to go either someplace much warmer or much colder where - in either instance - there's some sunlight? I just bought a mint, new-to-me XT-1 to go with my XE-1, a 14, and an 18-55. While I'm waiting to snag a good used 55-200 to complete the kit for an Alaskan cruise this summer, I'd like to get somewhat familiar with the XT-1 but the weather here in the southeast corner of Tennessee has just sucked for the last month or so and I have no motivation at all. Back in the day when I did this for a living, fear kept me going, calling on clients or prospects and shooting portfolio stuff in the studio and praying the phone would ring but now, I can't get jazzed about playing the scales, as it were. So how do you do it? Or do you? Inquiring minds and all that...
  2. Hi all, I'm up in Stockholm and at the moment we have around minus 8 celsius day-time. As I understand it, the camera body is quite cold-resistant, but what I'm wondering is what about the lenses. I don't have any "WR" lenses, just normal XF ones. My worry is that coming in from the cold, there'll be condensation inside the lens that will turn into water thus damaging it. Any suggestions/experiences? thanks a lot, o.
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