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Camera Housings

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Unless you're planning on standing over your camera with an umbrella in the wet or defending it from puppy slobber with well-placed hand movements, you're going to need some sort of housing for your camera.

The type of housing you use will be entirely dependent on where the camera is going and what the weather is like there.

Indoors in a home is easy – just put the camera in anything (or nothing) that will hold it in place with no vibration and no fear of being knocked over by subjects or the local pets/kids.

Outdoors and around wildlife - weather, camouflage, heat and ventilation, all are considerations.

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