How do you store/display your lenses?

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kcdogger Veteran Member • Posts: 3,373
Re: How do you store/display your lenses?

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Hello. As the title states......

I have adapted lens disease. So far I've accumulated about 15-20 lenses, but haven't counted. The reason I haven't counted is I am not organized. It also is plainly evident I will buy just a few more.

I don't want to keep all the lenses but I need time to use them all. I would like to ideally find a storage/display solution for maybe 8 lenses. I will keep the lenses in a cabinet in my livingroom, which is climate controlled.

I really don't want a invest in a dry cabinet.

What do you use?

Mine are on open shelves in a humidity controlled, isolated room with doors closed except when entering or leaving - with constantly running dehumidifier (set to 30%), and light on to discourage fungus. Room is in my basement where temperature seldom varies much.  Bags and cameras in same room.

Hoping for the best. Too much stuff for a dry cabinet with digital cameras and lenses, as well as film era SLRs and lenses. So far, so good - but maybe a fools paradise. What do you think?  I live in the Midwest, USA, which can be quite humid in the spring and summer - not so much in winter or fall..

Peace

John

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