windpig wrote in post #16439530
Well, suit yourself. I've lived in some pretty humid climates and storing electronics, vinyl records, guns and photography equipment in dry storage was the ticket. I'm not sure why you feel the need to jump to a warm to freezing temperature discussion, the OP mentioned humidity
Primarily because humidity is irrelevant. Humidity, in and of itself, is not the issue. Humidity does NOT cause condensation. Temperature difference causes condensation. Condensation is the concern, not humidity, regardless of how the OP, or B&H, or anyone else characterizes the question. Your camera, or any camera for that matter, will function just fine in 100% humidity. No condensation, no water, no damage, until you subject it to a temperature change.
Ever notice your beer bottle doesn't sweat until after you take it out of the fridge? Same principle applies.
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