- Item Weight: 13 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 14.5 Kg
- Item Model Number: 4332046697
- ASIN: B01LQ3VYCC
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 11 March 2019
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88L Digital Control Dehumidify Dry Cabinet Box Storage for Camera & Lens Equipment Storage
- Item Size: W380 x D390 x H604mm (15" x 15.4" x 23.8")
- Package Size: W450 x D440 x H685mm (17.7" x 17.3" x 27")
- Power Consumption: 5V2A
- Humidity Range: 25% ~ 70%RH
- Applicable Voltage: AC 100V ~ 240V
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3 DSLR & 8 Lens Capacity
Condensation drying system keeps your favorite DSLR camera lens, stamps from humidity and degradation
Automatic control the humidity
Adjustable shelf design
Toughened glass door with keys
Soft LED light of the inner cabinet
Please make the machine idling for one night, when confirmed the humidity was dropped and then put the preserve items into the cabinet
When it is in the process of operation, the equipment will be a little fever on the back which is quite normal
Please do not put it in the place where air condition can blow it directly
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The instruction manual is pretty basic. Setting the RH% level was fairly straightforward and the LED lights are a nice feature. I do wish that the lights were on both sides of the cabinet or had a few in the back as this thing is pretty deep and dark, but the shelves slide out for easy viewing, so I guess I can’t complain too much. It’s completely silent and I wouldn’t know it was running if it didn’t have a little red RUN light. My version of the cabinet doesn’t have the exact same buttons as shown in the manual (my up arrow/light button doesn’t have a light bulb symbol on it, just the up arrow), but it’s pretty easy to understand everything you need to know about the cabinet.
The adjustable shelves are great and also very simple to arrange to where you want/need them. I had to immediately remove one shelf so that I could make room on the bottom for my largest and heaviest lenses. To give a little perspective on the cabinet depth and width – the bottom shelf contains 5 lenses: a 500/4.5 and 100-300/4 (lying sideways on their tripod mounts) and an 80-200/2.8, 28-135/4-4.5 and a 70-210/4 (standing on their rear caps).
The middle row, using the sculpted foam, holds a whopping 11 lenses (3 rows of 3 small zooms and primes plus a row of 2 macro lenses). I’m just amazed that it holds so much and there’s still a little room left for an additional small lens!!
The top row holds my camera with grip attached, flash, 2 TC’s, a flash meter and a wallet containing extra memory cards and batteries (and there is still more room left – I could easily rearrange and add a 2nd body).
All in all – I would say that this was a wise investment on my part. Not only am I protecting my gear from changes in humidity, but also keeping it away from dust. It's a very nice cabinet and keeps all my gear in one spot. Should have bought one years ago!
First, the size of the product is roughly 24" tall x 15.5" long x 15" wide. Inside you have the 3 shelves that pull out, plus the bottom of the unit, to store your equipment. Each pull out shelf has plenty of room to fit mutiple lenses, the shelfs are 14" wide (enough for 4 rows of lenses) and 13.5" deep so you can easily fit 2 medium size lenses on each row or 1 large lens. I am able to fit 2 DSLRs, 3 flashes, 10 lenses, plus some assessories in this dry box and sill have more that half of it empty. This thing holds quite a bit of stuff!
The dehumidifier has foam inserts on each shelf that are removeable in case you wanted to change them out or remove them completely and the foam pad formed for lenses works perfectly to hold my lenses in place and keep them from rolling around when I pull out the drawer. The shelfs come out almost all of the way making it easy to put stuff in the back of the shelf and pull it out later without the hassle of moving things out of the way. The shelfs however do sag a bit with the weight of my lenses and cameras, but they seem to be holding up well.
The dehumidifier is easy to set to the desired humidity and it has been working very well for the past several months. The door comes with a lock which is nice to keep your equipment secure and know that no one will be messing with your equipment or having children getting into it and leaving your dry box open. It comes with 2 keys so you can have a spare.
The dry box also features LED lights along the front inside of the dry box, but it only runs along one side and they really do not light up much so it really is a wasted feature but it is nothing that affects the actual function of the product so it did not affect my rating of it. Also the power plug sticks straight out of the back of the unit making it impossible to have the box push all the way against the wall, if only thay had made it to where you can plug it in to the side of where it currently goes, it would have been much better in that aspect but again it doesn't affect the actual function of the unit, just a minor detail I feel they should have caught with designing it.
Overall, for the price, this is an absolute great dry box to have for any photographer who lives in a humid climate and wants to protect their equipment in the long run, because this is an investment to keep your expensive equipment safe before the problems of fungus arise.
The tracks on the shelves are nice too. The foam is nice and it doesn't leave marks on the lens housings. the "biggest" lens we have in ours is the Canon 100-400 EF L. We also have a pretty big Rokinon 14mm 2.8 lens. We have those two lenses on the same shelf as a Tokina 90mm "Bokina" and several other smaller prime lenses. The shelves handle the weight of the glass with no problems. The shelves are adjustable as well which is really nice.
The cabinet locks too which is nice.... keeps the kids out of the "camera stuff". My niece is an "avid" photographer.... she's 9 and touches everything.