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    Default Remove lens from body when not using?

    this may sound kind of stupid
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    are there any implications in removing/keeping the lens from/on the body when storing in the dry box?
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    or rather is it advisable to remove the lens from the body when putting it back to the dry box?
    Last edited by ptm; 21st September 2003 at 05:21 PM.

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    hmmm... imho, nothing whatsoever as long as you keep both ends of the lens and the body capped.
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    for me who dont own a slr camera, i think it is more logical to store slr camera together with the lens and try not to remove to much to prevent dust from contacting much of the exposed surface area

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptm
    this may sound kind of stupid
    are there any implications in removing/keeping the lens from/on the body when storing in the dry box?
    Nope, no implications. It won't expose your film so no worries.
    just keep the body cap on to prevent dust from getting in.

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