The Pelican will work, IF you dry the silica gel before storage every time.
Make sure you have the bigger silica gell containers weighing several ounces.
Keep a few dry ones in ziplock bags for repacking. Dry in a regular oven at low
I just bought a Lowepro Omni Traveller "Extreme." The Extreme series include a
Pelican case that fits the bag exactly. Perfect for canoe trips.
PS - What does ".ie" stand for. I didn't realise Internet Explorer was a
> Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 20:06:46 +0000
> From: "Giles" <cnocbui@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [OM] fungus among us
> Switch from a camera bag to a Pelican case - they are air and watertight -
> and keep some packets of silica gell in the case. This is what I do.
> Barry B. Bean wrote:
> > So- given that I live in a drained swamp, and typical humidity runs in
> > the 50-100 (year round) range, and that I prefer to keep my camera bag
> > in the truck (I shoot on the run a lot) - what's the best strategy to
> > remain fungus free?
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