I just bought a new digi cam, and wanted to protect it so that i can use it for long long period of time...lol
I heard some people out here using dry box, dry cabinet and so on... is there any cheaper alternatives to protect my cam from moisture?
Heard some people using a airtight tupperware box bought from NTUC and a thirsty hippo and then put the camera into the box with thirsty hippo...is this a good idea?
How do i know when do i need to change the thirsty hippo? Also heard people using silica gel, but me personally don't really like to use silica gel as i need to change it often and it gets rather messy and dangerous (if i were to reuse it by heating and silica gel can cause chemical reaction if not careful)
Because i have just bought this expensive cam...wanted to get some cheap ways to protect my camera from moisture...can anyone recommend me some ways and methods whereby i can keep my precious digi cam safe and sound? And how can i know whether my digi cam is protected using the methods mentioned?