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    Quote Originally Posted by benedium
    Penny wise pound foolish is negative
    He is trying to say do the opposite, which is be Pound wise and penny foolish, which is positive.
    Glad some one is clever enough get it

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    Man..I feel so cheated.

    Bought my Digi-Cabi 30L for $100 last week. Didnt check how much carefour was selling it for ($99) . But yea...digital point selling less. Saw their advertised price of $97. But never even started to bargain.


    Darn..

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    The cheapest one lah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleuwhale
    Man..I feel so cheated.

    Bought my Digi-Cabi 30L for $100 last week. Didnt check how much carefour was selling it for ($99) . But yea...digital point selling less. Saw their advertised price of $97. But never even started to bargain.


    Darn..

    but... by paying a $ (or $3) more a week earlier, you may have saved yourself alot of potential problems!

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    Default Re: Is it a Must? - Dry Cabinet

    Quote Originally Posted by Bleuwhale
    Man..I feel so cheated.

    Bought my Digi-Cabi 30L for $100 last week. Didnt check how much carefour was selling it for ($99) . But yea...digital point selling less. Saw their advertised price of $97. But never even started to bargain.


    Darn..
    a difference of $1 to $3 really makes you feel cheated? just consider it on bus fare....drinks and foods, it is already so much more.

    look forward la...make good use of your digi.
    Cleanse your thoughts, not by the foods you eat.

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    hi folks,

    would like to ask a question...am using Pana FZ5 n jsut bought a Icase dry box, is that all right the hygrometer drop to 28% or should i remove some selica gel instead?

    thanks!!

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    dry box is enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewdam
    hi folks,

    would like to ask a question...am using Pana FZ5 n jsut bought a Icase dry box, is that all right the hygrometer drop to 28% or should i remove some selica gel instead?

    thanks!!
    i read from megaguide that the appropriate level would be between 45% and 55%. I have an Fz5 and a dry box and after opening the box a few times a day the level is hard to maintain.

    Which is why most prefer a dry cabinet since it regulates the humidity.

    I think its best you leave the silica gel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by user111
    dry box is enough
    hi, u mean just the dry box will do? w/o out selica gel is at aro 70-75% i think...

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    SG humidity for indoors ranges from 70+%-80+% RH on avg (without aircon). Its best to use dry cabinet/dry box etc. Recommendation by dry cabi brands ranges from 40-50% whereas photographers/mags some say 45-55%. Fall within thse ranges should be fine.

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