We always recommend "double bagging" any electronics that are to go in a dry bag.
For seriously wet conditions, or for storage of very expensive camera gear, a Pelican case, or other hard case with an ‘O’-Ring seal are the safest bet.
If you choose to use dry bags, we would recommend using one of our IPX8 rated cases inside a Lightweight or heavier dry bag.
Visit our blog post: Packing Electronics for more information.
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