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Re: Heat and Digital Cameras
Under the seat is the coolest place. If you need to keep it cooler than that, you could put it in an ice chest with one of those re-useable ice blocks. But that is going to the extreme I think. Of course if you want a good night shot with a long shutter, this might not be a bad way to go.
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The best way is to keep the digital camera in a plastic shoe box which seals out dust and keep the humidity controlled. Remove the batteries and also keep them in the shoe box. Keep all the wires and chargers in one place too. This often extends the digital camera life span. Lenses will move smoothly years later, LCD will not crack or turn black due to moisture leaked in. And battery leakage will not corrupt contacts in the camera.
i have had this problem with a few digtal items, yes the if the screen was up and the sun baked the it you will get a blurry screen, also deping on the amount of time and the conditons sometimes the salty air will oxidize those little components faster than you can imagine making you have to return to the store, first try using an eraser on your battery terminal for the power issue
Yes the beach, two of camera worst enemies, water and sand. The camera should be taken apart to check for sand and water damage. Camera that are even exposed to air around salt water will develop problems.