You live near big box outfit, and can stand going inside, places like that usually have mittens with half fingers inside, and the mitten part can be flipped back for digits...Velcro holders...cheap.In the Arctic, I used silk glove liners (thin gloves) with rubbery gripping dots on the palms and fingers. I also had pockets sew into the armpits of my thermos for extra batteries. When the battery gets cold it loses power real quick. So a quick change and Viola! ... back to working. After the cold dead battery warms up the power also increases.
Oh yeah ... I forgot about that ... Zip lock bags work ... the good kind with the sliders (easier to manipulate), or any plastic bag and tie off the opening. Living in SoCal one tends to forget the cold weather training. If you're also taking older film cameras and lenses, have a tech remove all the liquid lubricants (grease) and replace with solid lubricants (graphite).You live near big box outfit, and can stand going inside, places like that usually have mittens with half fingers inside, and the mitten part can be flipped back for digits...Velcro holders...cheap.
I picked up on this to see if people had special means to combat moisture etc, when working in cold weather and so on. I worry about moisture condensing in warm areas and cover the camera tightly if cold and do not remove it from wrap until at room temp. PIA, so was looking for another way.