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    Heading to Cambodia

    I am looking at heading to Cambodia late next year...humid season .

    I will be doing 2 weeks of macro work in the rainforest and 2 weeks in Siem Reap area doing general photography (temples,people, landscapes, electrical wiring etc)

    Apart from moisture silicon for cases against humidity and equipment insurance...any help would be most appreciated

    GB
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    Late in the year shouldn't be too bad as it's their autumn/winter - not that it gets very cold, but usually not much rain in October onwards. We visited Vietnam in June - hot and humid and just used silicon sachets in my camera bag and had no problems.
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    Electrical wiring. It's an eye opener over there.

    Not much else to add, sorry.
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    If you are going to use more than one lens on any given day a way to stop humidity getting into gear is to carry two bodies so you don't have to change lenses.

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    Yeah, I'd suggest the silicon sachets as well. Nothing worse than having moisture show up where you don't want it.
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