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    ok, all got their own points, but to me i will have fun with my own dry box first..

    in earlier time, photographer doesn't need a dry cabinet too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipin View Post
    Bought a 40L, then 80L, then 100L! And now thinking of another 100L!

    whoah how much stuff you got man?

    i exanded from 30 to 50L within a week. haha.
    dry cabinets are much much better. bigger, convenient, nicer. haha.

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    people always do things in fear.. buy a lot of camera gears to invest in a habit, then worry about the maintenance..then quickly get a cabinet..worry small may not enough..so get a big cabinet..worry analog meter may not be stable, so get a more expensive digital meter..then after one year..lose the steam of taking photo..selling off the lense..leave with empty cabinet..and sell off the cabinet too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mynameisjizeng View Post
    whoah how much stuff you got man?

    i exanded from 30 to 50L within a week. haha.
    dry cabinets are much much better. bigger, convenient, nicer. haha.
    Oh, you dun wan to know!

    You upgraded within a week, so you should understand!

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    Default Re: question> Dry-Cabinet or Dry-Box?

    Which is why I took the plunge and got a 80l the first time... hehehe

    Still got room for exapnsion... hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Which is why I took the plunge and got a 80l the first time... hehehe

    Still got room for exapnsion... hehe
    on you! But I tot that a 80L was enuff for me......I was wrong!

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    Im using Tolihan dry cabi 902G-AX. Bought in 20/01/95 from Tithes marketing.
    So far very happy with it ( never spolit ) coming close to 12 years in another 7 days.

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    Sorry forgotten now feb, so dry cabi is already 12 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LENS View Post
    ok, all got their own points, but to me i will have fun with my own dry box first..

    in earlier time, photographer doesn't need a dry cabinet too..
    Long time ago, ppl don't need E-Mails too. Come on lah.
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    Default Re: question> Dry-Cabinet or Dry-Box?

    Quote Originally Posted by LENS View Post
    ok, all got their own points, but to me i will have fun with my own dry box first..

    in earlier time, photographer doesn't need a dry cabinet too..
    How can you be sure about it? It is probably because 'in earlier time' the technology for dry cabinet is not as good as now. I am sure 'in earlier time' photographer will buy dry cabinet if available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LENS View Post
    ok, all got their own points, but to me i will have fun with my own dry box first..

    in earlier time, photographer doesn't need a dry cabinet too..
    Oh you will have no more fun if 'carcinogen' blue silica gel harm you. I am sure about it.

    In case you don't know what is carcinogen, it is cancer caused agent. Don't play play... .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipin View Post
    From my experience and an experiment before, the %RH will still increase after switching off the power.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artosoft View Post
    If the door is well sealed, the RH is well maintained after you switch off the power.

    But in many cases, it fail.

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    thanks.

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