Gotcha. I often see that term, and my profession kicks in. I’m responsible for the development of hardware we have to qualify to work in some of the most demanding environments. Wide temperatures cycles, salt fog, condensing humidity, volcanic ash, sand and dust, and ambient temperatures higher than many electronic components are made for.
I expect any of these cameras will satisfy your weather needs.
Yea I suspect most camera will do a great job except for Sony. In some YouTube test, Sony didn't do that well. Sony's archilles will always be ergonomic and weather sealing. I dropped my camera with a heavy lens on concrete and it has some scuff mark but everything works fine. I'm scare if the same scenario happens with a Sony.
That's a cool job. Yeah I'm aware a lot of manufactures do extensive testings to ensure their products are reliable in all kind of conditions. Sadly alot of companies are going away from it to chase profit and planned obsolescence