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    Default What RH level?

    What level is good for cameras and lenses?

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    between 40% to 60%....as a general guide.

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    Default Re: What RH level?

    Originally posted by chyeo
    What level is good for cameras and lenses?
    http://www.eurekadrybox.com.au/essentials.htm

    think this site will help.

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    Would a RH level of 30-35% dry up the coating on lenses? Heard from a friend...

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    Originally posted by chyeo
    Would a RH level of 30-35% dry up the coating on lenses? Heard from a friend...
    If that's the case I might actually need a humidifier.

    Since moving to Seattle, I have not plugged my dry cabinet (even though I have a 110V-220V transformer). The hydrometer read about 35% most of the time.
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    It's not confirmed. Anyone can advise on this?

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