1. johnf3f

    johnf3f

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    I use the "macwet" gloves and find them great. They offer as good, if not better, camera control than bare hands. True they are not the warmest, but I suffer from Raynaud syndrome and they are fine for my winter uses. All my other bits freeze off but my hands are fine;)
     
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  2. Cagey75

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    I rarely wear gloves, even when out on the bike, but recently we had a very cold spell - that freezing wind that can chap your knuckles! I have a cheap pair of gloves that I only ever wear on days like this, they cost me €1.50 in Dealz 2 years back. I didn't think they would work well with the camera, but they did - touch screen, all controls, not a bother. What I'm saying is, try a cheap pair before splashing out, you might be surprised.
     
  3. kingo15

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    Sealskinz Hunter I think they are called. They have magnetic clips for the thumb and for finger. Very warm. Well worth the money.
     
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  4. LojikDub

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    Excellent advice, I will give that a go before splashing out :)
     

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