Perhaps an odd question for a Sunday morning, but does anyone have experience in flying drones in extreme cold? I know the cold will effect the battery life, as it does with other battery operated equipment, but I'm more concerned about the effects on the internal sensors of the drone and the camera equipment. Currently using the Parrot Mambo and the Skywalker quadrocopter as practice drones.. both relatively cheap drones and meant for a bit of fun rather than aerial photography... but my goal is to upgrade to something more substantial when I'm better at controlling them, bolt on a camera and get some interesting shots. The Parrot Mambo has a camera, but it is fixed so you have to be above whatever you want to take a shot of... even then its a poor quality picture. Would be interested in any advice anyone could offer on the effects of cold weather on drones though... have visions of losing an expensive drone in a pile of snow.