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    Default Re: Canon 1000d overseas - to buy or nt?

    Quote Originally Posted by bananapancakes View Post
    I see.. got a Class 6 Transcend SDHC card. Should be quite ok.

    Yep I've already bought a UV filter
    Oops... I missed that part... in that case you may want to check out the price of a CP filter instead.. maybe it is cheaper in China...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananapancakes View Post
    Read some threads about a DIY drybox in the forum too.. like using ziplock bag with thirsty hippo and stuff. Seems like a good idea Btw, what is the device I can buy to measure humidity?
    be careful with thirsty hippos, they are quite thirsty and secondly they collect the water in the lower compartment of the container. Silica gel is a better option, IMHO.
    You should keep an eye on the humidity once you are back to Singapore. The device is called Hygrometer and I guess you can get it in hardware and DIY shops.

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    Default Re: Canon 1000d overseas - to buy or nt?

    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    be careful with thirsty hippos, they are quite thirsty and secondly they collect the water in the lower compartment of the container. Silica gel is a better option, IMHO.
    You should keep an eye on the humidity once you are back to Singapore. The device is called Hygrometer and I guess you can get it in hardware and DIY shops.
    Oh ok.. will beware the over-thirsty hippos.

    What is the humidity range DSLRs should be kept at?

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