I doubt you need it but those handwarmers put by extra batteries helps out a lot. Depending where you go sledding what out for tubers. Getting hit by one of those isnt good without a camera, other people will go faster and farther than you daughter.
Now everyone knows why IS is important!
While I don't have the 24-70 MkII, my 7D survived without problems while lying in the snow when attached to my 300 f/2.8. Ole Liodden also did an article testing out a 7D getting splashed with snow. The 5D MkIII has the same level of weatherproofing as the 7D, so I wouldn't expect any problems, but I haven't been in that situation with mine as we don't tend to get a lot of snow here.
Thanks for the tips guys....I'll post some pictures when I get back.Dylan
Quote from: Jesse on January 02, 2013, 12:11:36 AMNow everyone knows why IS is important!With shutter speed 1/800 to 1/1000, I don't think "IS" going to help with photograph.
IS? We don't need no stinking IS