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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    I have bought 1 enough to store my DSLR and F50 . The size just nice can store at 1 side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP5762 View Post
    I have bought 1 enough to store my DSLR and F50 . The size just nice can store at 1 side.
    What you bought? I guess you must be talking about a dry box.

    Yes it's enough now, but not when you have more lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    What you bought? I guess you must be talking about a dry box.

    Yes it's enough now, but not when you have more lens.
    Dry box need gel , right? Mine need power. About the lens, I only thou of having another wide len, that's all for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP5762 View Post
    Dry box need gel , right? Mine need power. About the lens, I only thou of having another wide len, that's all for me.
    Need power

    Slowly bro BBB virus will infect you, I managed to stay away from BBB for 1 whole year before it get started.

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    This will help you make up your mind.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    I think there should be a sticky on "Don't get dry box", recently too many people asking should they get a dry box or not.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    Who is Mr BBB? Staying at which side of the red dot?

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    One line, get the dry cabinet and leave your worries elsewhere.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    You wouldn't want to wait until an infected lens convinces you to get a dry cabinet / box.

    Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP5762 View Post
    Who is Mr BBB? Staying at which side of the red dot?
    Duh! BBB = Buy Buy Buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by dOlBy View Post
    Duh! BBB = Buy Buy Buy
    Oops I see, not to worry. B4 i can buy things, need to apply for loan approval and the MOF is usually reject application

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    Lols..
    DIY DIY!!!
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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    Can't believe questions like these are still being asked in here.
    Pick up any book on photography and all basic essentials in photography are clearly listed.
    Having a Dry Cabinet/Box is in that essential list.

    Point is, READ.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    whatever DIY or using a container method, it may looks more economy now, but in the long run, it gonne cost you more time and money then getting a dry cabinet.

    why don't just buy a dry cabinet from day one, and you can start enjoy shooting, don't have to worry so much things?
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    agree with catchlights.

    $100-200 crack brain so hard wait get cancer...not worth it ah
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    true.
    thanks guys.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    Hi,

    I am currently studying in Australia and I am getting a new Canon 40D soon and the down side is I aint sure how long am I staying for so I not sure if I should invest in a Dry Cabinet or maybe 2 dry boxes so I could carry back to Singapore during summer.

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    Default Re: Is it a must to buy a dry box?

    but which model do you guys recommend from digicabi?

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    Anyone of you put extra hygrometer inside the dry cabinet?
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercharged View Post
    Dear all..
    Is it a must to buy a dry box for the camera (dSLRs) etc..?
    nope.
    they are only needed if you need to store over extended periods of time.

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