Camera Body & Lense - Separately
Camera Body & Lense - Togather
Camera Body & Lense - Including all other gears
When is dry cabinet required actually? Should we buy it if we will use the camera at least once a week? I don't really quite understand because if the camera is out to take photos for a few hours, does it mean it will also grow fungus in the long run (since it's not in the dry cabinet)? Unless the cabinet is able to absorb the moisture from the camera at the end of the day when we put it back inside, if not there will also be "damage" done to the cam when it is out?
Or is it only required when we are keeping the gears for long period of time (e.g. 2 weeks)?
Lens and cams require around the same humidity lols. And then the dry box meter thing also not very accurate, the analog one is +-5 and the digital one is +-3. Not very accurate to me lols. esp when considering lens and cams are around the same hahas
I will be getting a small DigiCab 30L dry cabinet soon..... running out of space Most likely be storing my DSLR Bodies and Flash in it.
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Store Flash in Dry Cabinet for what?
i just throw everything together. i don't think it matters anyway, how is the humidity from shelf to shelf going to differ. plain ridiculous.
I doubt there is any truth in it.
I dont think anybody can say that cameras must be kept at exactly 45.55% humdity and lenses at 40.68%.
This whole concept of low humidity levels is an inexact science, if ever at all. We can only get ballpark figure. And I reckon that it would be the same ballpark, or at least a big overlap, if they are different.
A growth triangle for most typical fungal spores...
A absence or removal of any 1 of the main or sub-conditions will retard the growth and further reproduction of more fungal spores. A dry cabinet is a convenient equipment to protect your gears but it is not necessary, placing you lenses in a bookshelf where it can receive plenty of fresh air and the occasional sunlight serve the purpose just as well.
For some strange reason I read the "Spore" as "Singapore" in the diagram above.
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As a salesman, he/she will always thinks their benefit 1st.
I am salesman tQQ!
What I will advice customer if I sell camera and its accessories--
Lens(s) are wives of your camera xxD,
they may make quarrel if put together,
As a husband (xxD camera),
he nid accompany them at least once a week, to make them cheerful.
if got 3 lens,
then buy 3 dry cabi.
--In the END--
NO MONEY also-->after bought dry cabi(s)
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