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    Hi there, I am thinking of getting a dry cabinet for myself and my bro. (two dslrs with 3 lenses each)
    What size is best ?
    Considering of getting digi-cab from qoo10

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    depends on what type of bodies and lenses,
    but 60L should be very comfortable, and have room to expend.
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    d5100 with 35mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.
    600d with 85mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stussyking View Post
    d5100 with 35mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.
    600d with 85mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.
    Nikon vs Canon at home? Can only image the debates that goes on between the two of u.

    Whereas the uwa lens?! U all definitely need the 60L box...
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    thanks for the inputs thus far. I will consider getting the 60L then. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by stussyking View Post
    d5100 with 35mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.
    600d with 85mm prime, two zooms 55-200 and 18-200.
    if sharing cabinet.. and with so many things...(any intention to sell or buy somemore?)
    hmm.. i will buy a 80L ...in this case..prefer bigger than smaller..

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    I'm using a 60L one and its packed to the brim, planning to get a 80L to replace my 60L but...feel like no point getting just extra 20L leh

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    I fit a bit more than what TS stated into my 30L dry cabinet leh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duskman View Post
    I'm using a 60L one and its packed to the brim, planning to get a 80L to replace my 60L but...feel like no point getting just extra 20L leh
    Why not keep the present cab and get an additional cab. Backup just in case the present cab fail

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    Quote Originally Posted by shierwin View Post

    Why not keep the present cab and get an additional cab. Backup just in case the present cab fail
    My mother is being very niao about space in the house haha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by duskman View Post
    My mother is being very niao about space in the house haha...
    do more house work will help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stussyking View Post
    Hi there, I am thinking of getting a dry cabinet for myself and my bro. (two dslrs with 3 lenses each)
    What size is best ?
    Considering of getting digi-cab from qoo10
    Only a few dollars cheaper then Harvey Norman plus dont even have free delivery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reportage View Post
    Only a few dollars cheaper then Harvey Norman plus dont even have free delivery.
    oh Harvey Norman have digicabs ? Maybe i should go down take a look .
    Thinking whether getting 2x 36L is worth it, then can have individual cabinets. Since electricity costs $1 for one cabi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stussyking View Post

    oh Harvey Norman have digicabs ? Maybe i should go down take a look .
    Thinking whether getting 2x 36L is worth it, then can have individual cabinets. Since electricity costs $1 for one cabi.
    Just in case you overlooked the fact, the base model, DB-036, is not 36 liters in volume. It is only 30 liters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blur Shadow View Post
    Just in case you overlooked the fact, the base model, DB-036, is not 36 liters in volume. It is only 30 liters.
    thanks . the model number misled me :/

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