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    Quote Originally Posted by roosevelt
    yo bro...can do me a favour too...help me check out see wheather the stock has run out or not...hehehe thanx!!!!
    I just bought at 20L one at Suntec at $88. . But I only saw 20L one at 88 and 30L one Digi-Cabi at around 128 or 148, forget already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webstop
    I just bought at 20L one at Suntec at $88. . But I only saw 20L one at 88 and 30L one Digi-Cabi at around 128 or 148, forget already.
    icic.....u mean carrafour??suntec??or somewhere else???

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    Quote Originally Posted by roosevelt
    icic.....u mean carrafour??suntec??or somewhere else???
    Carrefour in Suntec

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    Hey, believe or not.
    My friend who once bought a brand new lens found some very slight fungus in the lens.

    Don't worry about the electricity consumption.
    The dry box only consume power when the humidity drop till certain level.
    For mine, it only consume power about 1-2 hrs a day.
    You can put your camera in fridge with a plastic bag if you want, in fact fridge will keep it dry also.

    If you don't want it to get fungus and yet don't want to spend on dry box, then take it out and play around with it once a while. Guarantee no fungus.

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