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    Default Re: What Do You Keep in Your Dry Cabinet?

    Quote Originally Posted by mackie8 View Post
    question...

    can i put my oakley shades inside the dry cabi?
    of cos u can.

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    1) Between 43% to 55%

    2) Canon 500D body + EF-S 15-85mm + EF 50mm II + 430EXII + 2 sets of rechargeable batteries + two camera body batteries + ND4/ND8/Polarising filter

    3)YEs i keep all in side my Dry cabinet for conveniences and tidiness .plus no harm keeping every thing inside the dry cabinet if you know that every week you will be going out for a shoot. (=
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    Just a few questions, I got my dry cabinet on sat. It is AD-60L. I set the hum at 40%-50%. If I switch off the powe supply, the hum will increase and the temperature inside will also increase.

    Is it important to have power supply on for 24/7?

    Can I switch off e power supply when it reaches 40%-50%?

    If I did switch off e power supply, will the hum increase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aliva View Post
    Just a few questions, I got my dry cabinet on sat. It is AD-60L. I set the hum at 40%-50%. If I switch off the powe supply, the hum will increase and the temperature inside will also increase.

    Is it important to have power supply on for 24/7?

    Can I switch off e power supply when it reaches 40%-50%?

    If I did switch off e power supply, will the hum increase?
    Yes the humidity will increase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aliva View Post
    Just a few questions, I got my dry cabinet on sat. It is AD-60L. I set the hum at 40%-50%. If I switch off the powe supply, the hum will increase and the temperature inside will also increase.

    Is it important to have power supply on for 24/7?

    Can I switch off e power supply when it reaches 40%-50%?

    If I did switch off e power supply, will the hum increase?
    Why would you even want to switch it off?? The cost of leaving it on 24/7 is negligible.. moreover, what's the point of getting a dry cabinet if you don't keep it on??
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    Default Re: What Do You Keep in Your Dry Cabinet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aliva View Post
    Just a few questions, I got my dry cabinet on sat. It is AD-60L. I set the hum at 40%-50%. If I switch off the powe supply, the hum will increase and the temperature inside will also increase.

    Is it important to have power supply on for 24/7?

    Can I switch off e power supply when it reaches 40%-50%?

    If I did switch off e power supply, will the hum increase?
    Yes of course you can switch off the power supply anytime you like...but don't come back asking what's that 'dust' inside your lens...

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    Default Re: What Do You Keep in Your Dry Cabinet?

    I understand. Thank you.
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