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Hey guys!! I live in Florida, the humidity capitol of the country!!! I frequently bring my camera to work with me, since I work outside all day my F100 is outside as well. I keep it stored in my toolbox inside its camera bag of course, Im concerned about the humidity affecting my camera, can anyone shed some light on this subject?? If so, any suggestions on how to protect it from this place... thanks Bob......

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    Hey guys!!

    I live in Florida, the humidity capitol of the country!!!

    I frequently bring my camera to work with me, since I work outside all day
    my F100 is outside as well. I keep it stored in my toolbox inside its camera
    bag of course, Im concerned about the humidity affecting my camera, can
    anyone shed some light on this subject?? If so, any suggestions on how to
    protect it from this place...

    thanks Bob...


    broussel Guest

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    In article <b5S5b.5507$y_6.374802twister.tampabay.rr.com>,
    [email]brousselcfl.rr.com[/email] says...
    > Hey guys!!
    >
    > I live in Florida, the humidity capitol of the country!!!
    >
    > I frequently bring my camera to work with me, since I work outside all day
    > my F100 is outside as well. I keep it stored in my toolbox inside its camera
    > bag of course, Im concerned about the humidity affecting my camera, can
    > anyone shed some light on this subject?? If so, any suggestions on how to
    > protect it from this place...
    >
    > thanks Bob...
    >
    >
    >
    If your really worried about it, you could put some desicant (silica gel)
    in the bag with your camera. But I wouldn't worry about it. The F100 is
    a pretty tough camera.


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    John O.
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    John O. Guest

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    > I live in Florida, the humidity capitol of the country!!!

    Same here. I use a small silica bag such as ships inside computer equipment
    in my camera bag. I also avoid taking the camera directly out from an air
    conditioned environment into the heat because that can cause condensation
    inside the camera.

    Go Bucs.


    Üter Guest

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