If Martians were landing the Mothership in a driving rain, then yes. Other than that, no way...
Marsu42 said:The only really sealed camera bodies are the 1d series, with everything else it's a gamble.
neuroanatomist said:Only a few lenses actually have that requirement - the 16-35, 17-40, and 50L (although using a front filter on all sealed lenses that take them is recommended by Chuck Westfall).
dtaylor said:But in practice reports have been very good for the 7D, good for the 60D, but bad for the 5D2 and now possibly the 6D.
;DEast Wind Photography said:To complete the weatherproofness you also need to install a speedlight to seal the hot shoe. I would have thought someone would have an aftermarket insert to seal off that part of the camera.
Sporgon said:;DEast Wind Photography said:To complete the weatherproofness you also need to install a speedlight to seal the hot shoe. I would have thought someone would have an aftermarket insert to seal off that part of the camera.
and then a big diffuser to seal off the flash. Or how about a little umbrella with a hot shoe attachment. This would seal off the hot shoe and shelter the camera too......
I hope it works for you....oscaroo said:Camera still in rice bowl. Haven't moved it. I'll give it one more day.
That army video with the dust and water is not really a "real life example". He should keep the camera under the tap for an hour or two while doing the above button/knob/zooming/focussing actions.
I didn't think of the hotshoe. *shrug.
Turns out my creditcard provider gives worldwide insurance on all items purchased on it, for 90 days with a $100 deductible/excess. Yay! That's my plan B should the rice bowl not work. The T+C explicitly mentions accidental damage.
Ryan708 said:im mostly posting so this shows up in my replys. But do keep us informed!
oscaroo said:So .... The 6d works ... Fine!