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    Hi guys,

    I am getting a dry cabinet soon. Is 30L enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostyIntrepid
    Hi guys,

    I am getting a dry cabinet soon. Is 30L enough?
    This one nobody can advise you... why not you see the stufff you have and then go down take a look at what choices you have at the shops?

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    Enough or not depends on how much stuff you want to put inside, 30L big not big, small not small,

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    Quite a few cam shops offering the 30L for $99, think brand is Digicabi?

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    don't buy Digicab brand.....invest better brand although it is more expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by eason
    don't buy Digicab brand.....invest better brand although it is more expensive
    What brand & price?
    I might also get a 20L to 30L for my Pana FZ10, Canon A95, some len
    converters and some filters.
    Got any low power comsumption one?

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    I'm using a 80L digicabi, why not?

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    I'm using 60L digicab one from recent MO by espn,

    so far so good, set and forget, this cabinet never fail me by any,
    ya... why not?
    expensive type doesn't mean its good

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPopCorns
    I'm using 60L digicab one from recent MO by espn,

    so far so good, set and forget, this cabinet never fail me by any,
    ya... why not?
    expensive type doesn't mean its good
    You mean your 60L and my 80L is very cheap meh....

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    haha. I currently have 3 lenses, one body and a flash. hope 30L should be sufficient. Will go down to MS later and look look see see

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    i got a 60L digicab from WoLoh. the dry cabinet is very spacious. good for further expansion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostyIntrepid
    haha. I currently have 3 lenses, one body and a flash. hope 30L should be sufficient. Will go down to MS later and look look see see
    Same too. 3 lens, 1 body adn 1 flash. Still got additional space in my 30L dry cabinet.

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    thanks all, just got the 40L as 30L is out of stock. hope it will be delivered tmr

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    30L for me is enough
    I put:
    d70 , 18-70, 50, sigma 70-300 and sb800
    then my friend tompang canon 300D+kit
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    Quote Originally Posted by frostyIntrepid
    haha. I currently have 3 lenses, one body and a flash. hope 30L should be sufficient. Will go down to MS later and look look see see
    For your setup, no problem. More then enough. 30L can keep 3 D/SLR bodies, 3 lens and a few P&S. You can keep your lens hood away from the dry cabi, this will squeez out more space. It is also not necessary to keep flash in dry cabi also.

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