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    Talking humidity and temperature for dry cabinet.

    helo everyone , im totally new in dslr and here.

    jus got myself a Digicabi 30L dry cabinet and was wondering is 45~55 the right humidity to keep my D90 in it. Do i need to separate the body and the lens? or can just place the whole camera?

    and wads does the temperature means??

    many thanks!

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    Default Re: humidity and temperature for dry cabinet.

    helo everyone , im totally new in dslr and here.

    jus got myself a Digicabi 30L dry cabinet and was wondering is 45~55 the right humidity to keep my D90 in it.
    Yes.

    Do i need to separate the body and the lens?
    No

    or can just place the whole camera?
    Yes

    and wads does the temperature means??
    Not sure what you are referring to.

    many thanks!

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    Default Re: humidity and temperature for dry cabinet.

    Wikipedia: Temperature
    Check your manual, there is a chapter about storage conditions. The temperature is just an additional information because humidity is given as Relative Humidity (RH) which is depending on the temperature. So the value of RH says nothing without the respective temperature at the point of measuring.
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    Default Re: humidity and temperature for dry cabinet.

    i got a few question to ask too.
    currently my camera and lens are kept inside my dry box.
    ph lvl 60+ issit enough to prevent it?

    What requirement ph lvl to prevent it?
    EOS 500D

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    Default Re: humidity and temperature for dry cabinet.

    As mentioned many many times: look into your manual. There is a chapter for "storage conditions". Secondly, the manuals for all dry cabinets have recommendations, too. Also, it helps to read previously given answers here in the very same thread. The storage conditions are not depending on any model or brand.
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