OK, let's see if I have it correctly.\n\nWhen you go outside where it is cold, there are no problems. However when\nyou come inside from the cold, condensation can form in your camera, on your\nglasses, etc. So, what everyone seems to do is to place their camera in a\nplastic bag and let it sit for a while until it warms up. No condensation\nforms because the air in the plastic bag is dry.\n\nOn the other hand, when you go outside where it is warm from an\nairconditioned house or car, condensation forms on cameras, glasses, etc.\nDo you place your camera in a plastic bag before leaving the airconditioned\nplace? How long must you wait before you can take it out of the bag and\ntake pictures? Maybe you should wait until your glasses unfog. What do you\nfolks do?\n\nThis happened on a recent trip to Hanoi where it was very hot and humid.\nGetting out of the airconditioned car made everything fog up. Not a good\nthing.