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    Default Dry cabinet and flash

    Hello,

    Just bought a 430ex flash, was wondering if is OK to put
    it (together with batteries) in a dry cabinet?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Dry cabinet and flash

    hmm it should be ok.Just remove the batteries from the flash.I just dump everything in mine too

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    Default Re: Dry cabinet and flash

    why not?

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    Yes, it won't harm your flash or batteries if that's what you are asking. But once you start running out of space in the cab, it's ok to remove these items and leave them out. No optics in them to get fungus interfering with IQ

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    preferably remove your batteries. I dump everything into the drycab, including my cigars and old notes collection.
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    Default Re: Dry cabinet and flash

    Quote Originally Posted by a-z0-9 View Post
    Hello,

    Just bought a 430ex flash, was wondering if is OK to put
    it (together with batteries) in a dry cabinet?

    Thanks in advance!
    imho taking out batts are the safest in case of leakage
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    Default Re: Dry cabinet and flash

    Just keep it in there.... remove batteries for all appliances when storing for long term.
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