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Protect your lenses, photographic and optical equipment, mobile electronics, and other valuable accessories from excessive moisture, dirt, and dust with the Ruggard 30L Electronic Dry Cabinet. The cabinet's fast-acting TE Cooling Wafer regulates the interior's relative humidity from 35-60% to help prevent fungus and corrosion that can damage your gear. -slickdewmaster

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30L [bhphotovideo.com] $89.95
50L [bhphotovideo.com] $119.95
80L [bhphotovideo.com] $149.95
120L [bhphotovideo.com] $249.95
180L [bhphotovideo.com] $399.95
235L [bhphotovideo.com] $449.95
600L [bhphotovideo.com] $999.95

Specs:
Electronically Controlled Dehumidifier
Reduces Humidity
Protects Stored Items from Dust and Dirt
Adjustable Plastic Shelf
Fitted Padded Shelf Liners
Sealed, Locking Door with Handle
Adjusts Relative Humidity from 35-60%
Interior LED Lighting
Includes Multi-Voltage Power Supply
Includes Two Keys
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i live in Utah so my house is already a dry cabinet.
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Use a zero Halliburton case. Works great and it's portable as a suitcase. Also uses no electricity.
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What would a dry case typically be used for?
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i live in Utah so my house is already a dry cabinet.
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Would these be good for 3d filament?
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What would a dry case typically be used for?
From doing research, it only really seems useful if you live in a really humid climate. Or if you just want an expensive display case.

Generally if you already have a climate controlled home then you won't need this.
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What would a dry case typically be used for?
Its to keep expensive camera lenses at a safe humidity. Camera lenses can grow mold on them in humid environments which ruins the glass and can be very very expensive to fix.
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Its to keep expensive camera lenses at a safe humidity. Camera lenses can grow mold on them in humid environments which ruins the glass and can be very very expensive to fix.
Interesting. I live in South FL and my home, even AC'd, is around 50-60% humidity.

I've had cameras/lenses for 10+ years indoors with no problems that I know of.
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This looks like a repurposed wine fridge/cigar humidor?
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Know a lot of pro photographers. None of them use these things, but they all have nice pelican or similar cases to store their gear.
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Weed storage!
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This is a solid deal for anyone in the market for one. I bought a similar Forspark one on Amazon 50L for $220, so there's a significant amount of savings here for this brand. Probably comes out of the same factory in China.

Just to give an idea of capacity in my 50L version, I have a 6D with grip, 7Dii with grip, 70-200 2.8 with foot, 70-300L with foot, nifty fifty, 35 f2 is, 85 1.8, 24-70 2.8, 100mm macro, 2x tele iii, and a Sigma 150 600 sport with foot, shoved in there.
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Lmao what a scam.
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Its to keep expensive camera lenses at a safe humidity. Camera lenses can grow mold on them in humid environments which ruins the glass and can be very very expensive to fix.
Aren't most expensive camera lenses and bodies weather-sealed anyway? I can't imagine bothering to store kit lenses in these.
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