Preventing Your DSLR Freezing Or Condensation With The DryEye

February 08, 2011

If you’re like us and shoot regardless of the cold, snow and extremely long winter, DitoGear may have a tool for you. Shooting in extreme temps and humidity can do damage to your lenses. DitoGear had this in mind when they created the DryEye heating system for DSLRs. As you can see in the video above you attach their band to your lens, set the temperature and you’re free to shoot from there.

Weather can often be hard to predict. I imagine it would be helpful to have the DryEye in your arsenal of tools if you’re worried about keeping your lenses safe. The whole DryEye standard bundle retails for $208.05.

Thanks to Planet5D for the heads up.

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