Thanks, I had to use my video camera to capture this one due to my main camera freezing.
It would have been very hard to manage because we were roped on on a glacier. In fact, I recall trying to warm it up in my pockets and even having it right up against me which warmed it up, but the battery it uses is so sensitive that when I pull it out it goes from 3 bars, 2 bars, 1 bar, and poof! The camera shuts off within 5 seconds or less. Part of those 5 seconds is the lens opening up with the display message. Then for actual shooting time you have 3 seconds. Every time you take a photo it requires time to process so I've actually taken some pictures just in time but because it turns off during processing I loose the photo. Another factor to consider is that my hands are cold because I don't have the best gloves if you know what I mean. Hopefully that will be taken care of by the end of this year.