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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucksoon

    Well if the cabinet tends to scratch hand or equipment, time to upgrade! BBB virus
    Yep thats why i suggest to TS to allow more room instead of having "just enough" n regret later.
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    I'd suggest buying a bigger one straight away. It might fit body and 2-3 lens now but in the future, your body and lens might grow in size and it can't fit no more. Notice the number of 36L drybox in the marketplace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weelian
    Notice the number of 36L drybox in the marketplace?
    The model is 036 but is really only 30L in capacity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Chan View Post
    The model is 036 but is really only 30L in capacity
    I guess what weelian meant is many of us are selling 036 because kena BBB virus
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    you may go down and take a look at all the dry cabi and see which one suite to store all your equipments then can decide from there. Dont just think of getting 30L and buy later you felt that not enough and get a bigger 1 by selling it away.

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