Keep your kit dry!
Water and electronics are far from the perfect pair but Nikon has gone a long way to protecting its gear from the rain. Of course if you plan to submerge your camera or wade in the water, we’d recommend using an underwater housing, but for shooting in wet weather or on a coastline Nikon’s D7200 has impressive environmental sealing, as does the D610 and D750. There’s no point having a great DSLR, though, if your lens is leaky so be sure that it too is weather- resistant like the AF- S 50mm f/ 1.8 and 55- 300mm f/ 4- 5.6 VR. No camera or lens is completely watertight, so always take extra precautions to not expose your gear unnecessarily.