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enysc

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Hey guys,

I have 2 lenses and prepared for more, would like to purchase a dry cabinet. May i know if anyone is using a Digital Display AD Series DB-036? is it good and how many lenses can it fit plus a dslr? Which brand is the best, please advice me.

Appreciate lots.
 

Snoweagle

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Hey guys,

I have 2 lenses and prepared for more, would like to purchase a dry cabinet. May i know if anyone is using a Digital Display AD Series DB-036? is it good and how many lenses can it fit plus a dslr? Which brand is the best, please advice me.

Appreciate lots.
Depends on the type of lenses u have. I have the DigiCabi AD-060 and it's gd enough. I still prefer DigiCabi.
 

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get the Digicabi 60L one. $188 at John 3:16

i prefer the Digicabi brand as well. id choose it over Akarui anytime

i got the 30 L one and whilst it lasted me for sometime, eventually i had to get a bigger one. :)
 

MayBach

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Get 60L digicabi at John 3:16..free delivery also..:thumbsup:
 

Burgerlim

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hi, Maybach..

is the free delivery at $188? too? been waiting to get 1, but really too bulky to bring back myself... (sorry for the excuses.. ) :p
 

lordpain

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Delivery is provided by the distributor, regardless of where you buy. I remember I bought mine at Carrefour, free delivery as well.
 

Octarine

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Nothing to so with Canon, please post in the right subforum - better check this subforum first whether other people have asked already the same question.
Hope this helps. Dry air is dry air, nothing much to do with brands.
 

wdEvA

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i'm using the DB-036

Top tray
- 85L
- 135L
- 50 1.4
- 28 2.8
- Tamron 90
- lensbaby

Bottom tray
- Body with grip
- Flash

depends on how big are the lenses that you are gona put in.
get a bigger cabi if u are intended to get big lenses.
 

Alex chong

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Just got myself a 40L dry cabinet. Was thinking about getting the 20L but glad I listened to the saleslady. But after getting the box back home and started putting my camera and lens in there, the space does get used up real fast.
 

lamester

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Just got myself a 40L dry cabinet. Was thinking about getting the 20L but glad I listened to the saleslady. But after getting the box back home and started putting my camera and lens in there, the space does get used up real fast.
which brand/model you bought and how much?
 

Octarine

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Just got myself a 40L dry cabinet. Was thinking about getting the 20L but glad I listened to the saleslady. But after getting the box back home and started putting my camera and lens in there, the space does get used up real fast.
Yeah, I had the same situation with my 36l Digi. Luckily a friend of mine who really only has one camera, 2 lenses and no further ambitions into more gear was kind enough to take over the small box. Now I have 80l, enough space for everything and a tidy place.
 

Snoweagle

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get the Digicabi 60L one. $188 at John 3:16

i prefer the Digicabi brand as well. id choose it over Akarui anytime

i got the 30 L one and whilst it lasted me for sometime, eventually i had to get a bigger one. :)
U mean the AD-060 that i have too? Wah now price increased liao.
 

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