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Thread: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

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    Default Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    Just wondering, is it advisable to remove the battery from your camera and flash whenever you keep your equipment in the dry cabi?

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    Default Re: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    actually i think its better to take out batteries if u not using them for a while.

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    Default Re: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    Best practice is to remove batts when not in use..
    If the batts spring a leak, at least your gear won't get acid/chemical corrosion..

    Just my say..

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    Default Re: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    yes i would take out the battery when my camera stuffs put in dry cabi

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    Default Re: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    If you're keeping them for a longer spell, it's a good idea to remove the batteries.

    But I dun do so as I use them quite regularly, every 1-2 days or so...
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    Default Re: Do you remove battery from your camera & flash when placed in Dry Cabi?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ally View Post
    Best practice is to remove batts when not in use..
    If the batts spring a leak, at least your gear won't get acid/chemical corrosion..

    Just my say..
    It is best to remove the batts.. leak from batts is not cover under warranty...

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