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Night photography is usually problematic unless your in a dry area. I was in BC during the most recent meteor shower and even after 4 hours it would still fog on almost every shot. I blame the fact that it was 4am for not being smart enough to try the nikon fog cloth sitting in my camera bag.So just curious, in what circumstances do you find fog on the lens a problem? Usually the main way to avoid fog is acclimate the equipment to the temperature of the shooting environment.
The problem has mostly been in early morning conditions when I did not plan the night before to go out and shoot. It has been unusually steamy lateley down here, even for south Florida. There is a night blooming epiphytic cactus, Hylocereus undatus, whose flowers begin to wilt at first light and I have found it difficult to anticipate which morning the buds will open...one certain way to delay its flowering is to leave my gear in my garrage over night. :banghead:So just curious, in what circumstances do you find fog on the lens a problem? Usually the main way to avoid fog is acclimate the equipment to the temperature of the shooting environment.