Question about Fuji Cameras
Unfortunately, the lens on the 6500fd is not a removable lens, and if the water is on the inside of the glass, you will want to send it in for a good cleaning.
The problem with electronics getting a bath is that although it works now, after drying, the water that was inside will promote corrosion of the internal workings of the camera over time. I would definitely send the camera to Fuji or to a qualified service center and have them give it a good cleaning to slow or prevent the decay of the insides of the camera.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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