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Thread: How do you keep your lenses in the dry cabin?

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    I does not have my lens cap on at any time at all (in dry box or out for shooting). A good filter is already more than enough to protect the front elements.
    I find that without lens cap, it is much more faster to work with especially during shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winston
    Its like "Do you eat ur mashed potatoes 1st b4 ur steak or do u eat ur steak 1st or do u eat them both together."
    Answer: they all end up in the same place anyway, in ur tummy.


    The purpose of the dry cabinet is to provide a dry environment for ur items, whether u suspend the lenses on a thread inside them or stack the lenses on top of each other is entirely up to u.


    that said, we can just take our chendol and overturn the whole bowl onto our satay. lob all the satay sauce over the pile, and eat without using hands. just bend head down like a dog.
    Answer: they all end up in the same place anyway, in ur tummy.

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