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    Default Re: How do you store your DSLR when travelling?

    Alright guys, thanks for sharing.

    I guess I have a clearer idea now. Its probably either drybox or ziplock + silica gel or nothing at all. Hah.

    I guess nothing at all seems fine. I'd probably bring the camera out daily.
    Looking for Canon 100mm F2 USM :)

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    Default Re: How do you store your DSLR when travelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by ombre View Post
    Hi guys,

    Suppose if you're travelling for more than 2 weeks. How do you store your DSLR and lenses at a proper humidity to protect against fungus?

    Thanks for the help!
    Where are you travelling to?

    If ambient room humidity not going to be high, don't need to protect against anything.

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    Default Re: How do you store your DSLR when travelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by ombre View Post
    Alright guys, thanks for sharing.

    I guess I have a clearer idea now. Its probably either drybox or ziplock + silica gel or nothing at all. Hah.

    I guess nothing at all seems fine. I'd probably bring the camera out daily.
    "Nothing at all" works for me. After 1month of thrashing around (not totally) in my backpack from cold and dry to hot and wet, the only "problem" that arised was dust. But nothing that can't be resolved.

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    Default Re: How do you store your DSLR when travelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheChef View Post
    28% is too dry. Equipment will spoil. Buy a wet cabinet.

    My cameras endured this low RH for more than a year liao with no noticeable effects. When you said equipment will spoil, where exactly do you find any text or experiment that say it. Cos I have a 20YO Nikon SLR which has endured such low RH without actually spoiling. Even at such low RH, fungus still will fester and grow. Just to share my experience.
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