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    Default Storing full or part of dSLR in Dry Cabi

    Hi,regarding the storage of dSLRs in Dry Cabi,is it fine just to store them whole(Lens,grip and all) in the Dry Cabinat or is it better to store them seperately?Im fine with the latter but im afraid dust will enter the body when i remove the lens and replace the body cap.

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    Default Re: Storing full or part of dSLR in Dry Cabi

    Depends on your usage. For long term storage, it's advisable to remove the batteries from the dSLR bodies. For me, I'd leave the last-used lens with the body in the dry cabinet, can take out and use straightaway.

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    Default Re: Storing full or part of dSLR in Dry Cabi

    For equipment that are prone to damage due to fungus growth, put them into the Dry Cab. For other stuff, you can leave it outside the Dry Cab. Unless the dry cab still have lots of free space inside, you can leave everything in a "central location".

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    Default Re: Storing full or part of dSLR in Dry Cabi

    I don't like separating the lens from the body too often. It wears the mount of both the body and lens out and dust and dirt can get in.

    Samuel

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    Default Re: Storing full or part of dSLR in Dry Cabi

    Unless due to space constrain, there is no need to separate the lens from the body or grip. My flashes doesn't go into the drybox.

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