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Thread: Is it risky to put my DSLR into my messenger Crumpler?

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    Default Re: Is it risky to put my DSLR into my messenger Crumpler?

    i will 2nd what KaiXiang said.
    setting the AF to manual is important..! I nearly destroyed my lens once when i pulled out my camera with the lens & there a weird sound came out from the focus ring. Haha.. Luckily for me, that was the kit lens. so it was not a huge loss for me. Plus you can make the lens as compact as possible, if the lens is not the internal focus kind.
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    Default Re: Is it risky to put my DSLR into my messenger Crumpler?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    the ability to keep the camera and lens(es) dry in Singapore's humid environment, is preferred, though I wouldn't really say A MUST.

    A dry box is simply an air-tight container with some sort of dehumidifying agent inside, such as silica gel.
    You should be able to get one for <$30-35. Depends on size, of course.
    If you keep your gear in air-conditioned area all the time, it should be ok. Air-con air is dry too.
    sorry to hijack ts thread.
    i hear suggestions of keeping dry by using silica gel or thirsty hippo. how abt charcoal in a small bag?

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    Default Re: Is it risky to put my DSLR into my messenger Crumpler?

    I thought carcoal removes foul smell only? Not so much on the RH part, right?
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