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Storage unit for storing camera safe?

trumenc

New Member
Hi all,

I was an assistant bank manager. But I was not happy with it. I left my job after 6 years. Realizing that photography is my passion, I became a freelance photographer. I have a Nikon D850 DSLR camera, tripod, and other photography equipment. Next month, I am going to a meeting with the photographer's association in London.

I was looking for a safe storage service to keep my camera and equipment. Discussing with some of my friends, one of them suggested a residential storage unit solution service. Had anyone approached for their services before? Are they trustworthy? Shall I hire them? Please share your experiences and suggestions.

Thanks!
 
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Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
This really doesn't make sense. It's going to cost you over $100/mo for a 5X5 unit as well as the added cost of putting a rider on your insurance policy. Here in Canada, anything stored outside of your main dwelling is not covered by homeowners' insurance. Ask me, I know. ;)
 

DonS

Stuck in Toronto
Moderator
I would never store it in a storage unit. As @Roger S said you would not be covered under your regular insurance either.
 

tenchy

Rain maker
Administrator
Hi all,

I was an assistant bank manager. But I was not happy with it. I left my job after 6 years. Realizing that photography is my passion, I became a freelance photographer. I have a Nikon D850 DSLR camera, tripod, and other photography equipment. Next month, I am going to a meeting with the photographer's association in London.

I was looking for a safe storage service to keep my camera and equipment. Discussing with some of my friends, one of them suggested a residential storage unit solution service. Had anyone approached for their services before? Are they trustworthy? Shall I hire them? Please share your experiences and suggestions.

Thanks!
What is your connection with this company?
Straight question, so appreciate a straight answer.
Bear in mind I am an excellent and thorough sleuth when I put my mind to it.
 
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