Camera maintenance for fungus prevention after nighttime shooting

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OP Suman Vajjala Regular Member • Posts: 150
Re: dry box

PicPocket wrote:

Suman Vajjala wrote:

What are your best practices?

I keep my bodies and lenses in an electronic dry box. That is simple, and a necessary thing here in Hong Kong with consistently high humidity all the time

I have a couple of these (specifically a 72L and 45L) - https://www.eurekadrytech.com/products/auto-dry-box

Thank you. I think that the electronic dry box (de-humidifier) is good when you're at home. But if you are away then it will not work (as it isn't portable). What should be done then?

I am curious to know what you do when you shoot outside in Hong Kong. How much level the humidity has to be to be considered "high"? Do you take your camera out, finish the shoot and put it in a dry box when you go home?

Also, if one shoots for more than a day, then what precautions must be taken?

Regards

Suman

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