Dry Cabinet Or Dry Dry Box?


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Kalel1975

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Hi All,
Just need some advie on which is better to use.The Cabinet or Box?:devil:
 

tunge

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Hi All,
Just need some advie on which is better to use.The Cabinet or Box?:devil:

each got pros on cons...

for me i'm with Cabinet cos it's way more convenient, n i felt that it's was worth to pay for one...

if u r on a tight budget, wanna save a few tens of dollars the Dry Box would be an option, but do take note that u would have to monitor the RH diligently n change/recharge ur silica beads regularly otherwise it's totally pointless to have a dry box.
 

VainKid

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I'm a lazy fellow so i stick with Dry cabinet. it boils down to how hardworking u are monitoring ur meter, in long run, changing of silica gel = more cost
 

Kalel1975

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I was think of the cabinet too as it much easier to maintain.

Thanks for the tips
 

david2011

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Go for a cabinet.. the dry box is too troublesome and not very accurate.. don't waste your time and money on it :)
 

myong

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What's the ideal setting wrt to RH (relative humidity) and temperature setting for SLR camera, lens and video tapes?
 

Barrios

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What's the ideal setting wrt to RH (relative humidity) and temperature setting for SLR camera, lens and video tapes?
Between 45% and 50% is safe. Get a reliable hygrometer. :thumbsup:
 

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As mentioned around 45% is good for RH - but how are you going to control the temperature? :think:
this relates to handwriting not all of us are able to maintain the same "size & pattern".


Best is to get a digital meter ones to save trouble from going near to see the analog meter whereby digital meter from far can see the reading for my cabinet.
 

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if you are busy out there shooting, you won't need them. I don't know any photographers that takes many photos(100 plus a day) ever put away their camera. save your money for prints, what use your camera if you store it?
 

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if you are busy out there shooting, you won't need them. I don't know any photographers that takes many photos(100 plus a day) ever put away their camera. save your money for prints, what use your camera if you store it?
So you sleep with your DSLR!!!
 

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Since this thread is already been answered.

A Dry Dry box is a drybox that stores another drybox inside, thus keeping the inner drybox from moisture. Interesting concept. :D
 

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