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    Default Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    Not sure if anyone used this as a replacement over silica gel, is it recommended for camera storage?

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    Charcoal dust will be the last thing u want in your camera and lens.

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    It is not putting in the charcoal physically by the way, they are processed and packed into several pouches, something like this.

    http://charcoalhomeairpurifiers.com/...dehumidifiers/
    Last edited by Kirmu; 9th June 2011 at 10:55 PM.

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirmu View Post
    It is not putting in the charcoal physically by the way, they are processed and packed into several pouches, something like this.

    http://charcoalhomeairpurifiers.com/...dehumidifiers/
    ...The fine charcoal dust still travels...

    Why give yourself all this headache when you can get a dry cabinet for cheap? Even second-hand!!
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    Sigh haha, thanks for the opinions

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    The last thing you ever want is a "ND" coating on your lens and or glass surfaces.
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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    May be used for cupboard.... cam use dry cabinet

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    Default Re: Bamboo Charcoal Dehumidifier

    Yes I think the dry cabinets are a hassle free way of storing equipment. Can save the time and money on replacing the charcoal/silicon bags etc

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