Which dry cabinet to buy?


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vlee383

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Don't know if I'm posting to the right topic, sorry if not. I just got my DSLR and heard that I should get a dry cabinet to protect it. Any advise on what to get and from where I can get a good price? Thx inadvance.
 

giantcanopy

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It is a sound advice when you are keeping the camera in a humid country like singapore.
It is like buying cheap insurance for your gear, and can reduce the probability of fungus germinating.

There are a few companies. DigiCabi is one very popular company
Price varies with the size of the dry cabinet ( in litres )

Ryan
 

vlee383

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Thx for the info. Had a look at the website and don't know which series to get. I don't have much equipment so maybe a small one like 30L might be enough, around how much does that costs?
 

yyD70S

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Since you have a DSLR (and not otherwise), I suggest you consider too the medium-sized cabinets -- the 60 litres, 70 litres or 80 litres; for for future expansion.



Thx for the info. Had a look at the website and don't know which series to get. I don't have much equipment so maybe a small one like 30L might be enough, around how much does that costs?
 

kamikaze

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Thx for the info. Had a look at the website and don't know which series to get. I don't have much equipment so maybe a small one like 30L might be enough, around how much does that costs?

Saw it at John3:16 @ Funan, $90 or $99 Cash & Carry...:bsmilie:
 

modthing

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may i know what's the RH% level that i should keep my camera gears in?
 

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