Yesterday Montreal had record high temperatures. I called a friend and we headed for the Seaway.
He has a g12 in a canon casing. I have a g10 in a canon casing.
Our gear was in the trunk of the car and may have been exposed to somewhat high temperatures.
We got in the water at the same time.
Five minutes later, we are both out of the water with flooded casings!
I got my camera out without damage. He was not so lucky.
I took the casing without the camera and went back in the water to see where the leak was. It did not leak. So I put the camera back in the casing and it flooded again after a few minutes. I got the camera out and tried the casing without the camera. Again, the casing was not leaking. I put the camera back in the casing and soon I had the tell tale fog and got the camera out of the water again.
Why would the casing flood only when the camera is in it? Is it because the camera is too hot?
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