Has anyone else had this problem?
Being in Chicago, I went out yesterday during out "snow day" to shoot.
The temperature was in the 20s for most of the day.
Everything was working fine, until about a 1.5-2 hrs of shooting that my camera just stopped turning on. At first I thought it was the battery. After changing it, the problem continued.
I would turn the switch to "S" from OFF and the red light would come on, but then the small LCD would not show how many exposures I had left.
After turning it "on" many times, it finally turned back on - sometimes only for a couple shots before doing the same thing.
After coming home and warming up a bit, it all worked fine.
Any ideas? Any way to prevent this?
1. Normal behaviour in extreme cold
2. Bad battery (these were 3rd party batteries) - though the LCD showed a full charge, perhaps they are still faulty