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      10-18-2004
> Why should a digital camera react worse to cold weather than a 35 mm SLR?

Just the reliance on batteries - dSLRs are more power hungry than any SLR...
and then you've got the trusty mech. shutter SLRs like the FM2 which only
need batteries for the light meter - lose battery power, and you've still
got the f16 and calibrated eyeball modes!

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