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Rain & Snow: use digital or film camera?
Old 12-19-2017   #1
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Rain & Snow: use digital or film camera?

I expect rain every day for a few days, followed by snow and ice.
I am not going to use Leica M cameras due to the damaging rain.
Is it more practical to use a mechanical film camera, such as SWC?
Should I be content with my iphone as a camera (in my pocket)?
What do you usually do when traveling and it rains each day?
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