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sidd finch wrote:I think you might be worrying about something that has a pretty small chance of occurring. When the camera is in the case and turned on it generates quite a bit of heat. I would suspect that this heat would be enough to mitigate any fungus issues. If you take the camera in water make sure that you wash off the case (not the camera) with a mild soapy solution and thoroughly dry the case.
sidd finch wrote:I would suspect that by using the camera a lot you should be in good shape. Fungus grows on lenses and cameras stored for extended periods in dark, humid conditions with no air circulation. Avoiding those conditions are key. If you store the camera in the waterproof case adding a GoPro fog insert while it is stored will help it absorb any moisture. But it seems to run counter-culture to have a GoPro in long term storage....lol
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